Action to stop violence against Indigenous women, girls must include men and boys: First Nations activist

Joey Michael Audy (left), Evelyn Marie McKay and Romeo Chris Miles are wanted by Winnipeg Police on charges of attempted murder, robbery and forcible confinement in connection with an incident where a woman was assaulted on Dec. 10, 2023. (Winnipeg Police handout)  By Dave Baxter  Local Journalism Initiative Reporter WINNIPEG, MANITOBA- While First Nations leaders demand levels of government take action to stop violence against Indigenous women and girls in the aftermath of a brutal assault in Winnipeg, one national activist says she believes the solution should involve increased supports for women, but also for men and boys to bring them back to their culture, and away from violence. A gruesome attack in Winnipeg earlier this month saw a 27-year-old Indigenous woman lured to a home where she was held…

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