Murdered Aboriginal Boys and Men Deserve Equal Treatment

Listen to Canadian Association for Equality Spokesperson Adam McPhee discuss this on the radio today, Wednesday, August 27:

10:45AM ET: Ed Hand, 1310 News

12:40PM ET: Barry Morgan Show, CJAD 800, Montreal AM radio

We are making progress. In the last week the Toronto Star and the National Post have begun to point out the marginalization of boys and men in our discussion on murdered and missing aboriginal women. Both articles referenced the much higher rates at which men are victims of homicide, a fact often ignored in these reports.

The Canadian Association for Equality released a public statement and launched a petition on circulate the media advisory, retweet this message or tweet using @equalitycanada #AllVictims

Media Advisory: National Charity for Men Demands Inclusion of Male Aboriginals in Public Inquiry

Petitioning the Canadian Human Rights Commission (CHRC): The Canadian Association for Equality is demanding that any public inquiry into missing and murdered aboriginal women include aboriginal boys and men

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