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#Genitalverstümmelung ist um 70 Millionen höher als zuvor angenommen. #FGM #StopTheCut #fgm UNICEF
@die_dsw 200 Millionen Mädchen und Frauen sind von #Genitalverstümmelung betroffen. Stoppt iese Menschenrechtsverletzung #FGMpic.twitter.com/fLFzCkpF2d
A Comprehensive Report on MMIW: The Curiously Different Tales of Violence against Indigenous Women On Both Sides of Turtle Island
Editor’s Note: Though the figures are not definite, currently there are an estimated 1,200 Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women in Canada. ICTMN Correspondent Lisa J. Ellwood’s investigation addresses official police and government narratives that Indigenous men are wholly or mostly responsible.
Lisa J. Ellwood will be donating her fee from this article to the community-lead MMIW initiative itstartswithus-mmiw.com – Support for Missing And Murdered Indigenous Women and Their Families. Learn about the project www.itstartswithus-mmiw.com/mmiw_aboutus and background http://www.itstartswithus-mmiw.com/background.
The data fueling continued assertions that Indigenous Canadian men and domestic violence are largely responsible for Missing…
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NYPD seeks clues from photos taken by serial killer Rodney Alcala
Secret photographs of women who may have been slain by serial killer Rodney Alcala were released by the NYPD Tuesday – a move that may help crack several cold cases. Police request that anyone with information about any of the pictures should call (800) 577-TIPS and reference the picture number.
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