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245 00 Finding Dawn.|h[Kanopy electronic resource] 
264  1 [San Francisco, California, USA] :|bKanopy Streaming,
300    1 online resource (1 video file, 74 min.) :|bdigital, 
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518    Originally produced by National Film Board of Canada in 
520    Dawn Crey. Ramona Wilson. Daleen Kay Bosse. These are just
       three of the estimated 500 Aboriginal women who have gone 
       missing or been murdered in Canada over the past thirty 
       years. Directed by acclaimed Métis filmmaker Christine 
       Welsh, Finding Dawn is a compelling documentary that puts 
       a human face to this national tragedy. This is an epic 
       journey into the dark heart of Native women’s experience 
       in Canada. From Vancouver’s skid row, where more than 60 
       women are missing, we travel to the “Highway of Tears” in
       northern British Columbia, and onward to Saskatoon, where 
       the murders and disappearances of Native women remain 
       unresolved. Along the road to honour those who have passed,
       we uncover reason for hope. It lives in Native rights 
       activists Professor Janice Acoose and Fay Blaney. It 
       drives events such as the annual Women’s Memorial March in
       Vancouver and inspires communities all along the length of
       Highway 16 to come together to demand change. Finding Dawn
       illustrates the deep historical, social and economic 
       factors that contribute to the epidemic of violence 
       against Native women in this country. It goes further to 
       present the ultimate message that stopping the violence is
       everyone’s responsibility. 
534    |pOriginally produced|caMontreal, Quebec, National Film 
       Board of Canada, c2006. 
538    Mode of access: World Wide Web. 
650  0 Aboriginal women|zCanada. 
650  0 Missing persons|zCanada. 
650  0 Serial murders|zCanada. 
650  0 Unsolved mysteries. 
650  0 Social change. 
650  0 Violence|xWomen. 
655  7 Documentary films.|2lcgft 
700 1  Welsh, Christine,|efilm director. 
710 2  Kanopy (Firm) 
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