. Serial killer targeted Indigenous women in Winnipeg « JO LEE MAGAZINE

INDIAN COUNTRY TODAY – Sandra Delaronde is always on guard. That’s what it means to be an Indigenous woman in Winnipeg. “There are things that we do just as a matter of course,” Delaronde told ICT. “Thank goodness for cell phones, because you turn on your location finder, regardless of your age. You make sure that your kids or grandkids are within arm’s length. It’s a decision that you make every time you go out. “That’s our reality.” Delaronde, Cross Lake First Nation with Métis roots, has been working for years to bring attention to the scourge of murdered and missing Indigenous women, girls and two-spirit people.

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