Family walking 3000 km for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women – Global

by ahnationtalk on August 4, 2015663 Views

August 3, 2015

WINNIPEG – A group of Canadians are walking across the country to raise awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous women and men.

Spearheading the journey is Brenda Osborne, who is still searching for answers after her daughter Claudette went missing in 2008.

“We haven’t got a lead or a tip so we’re just wondering, are they doing investigations? Are they doing the work they’re supposed to?” said Osborne.

While the trail has gone cold, Osborne is forging a new one by walking more than 3,000 kilometers to keep her daughter’s name alive and help other families wanting to create change.

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