National trek looks to raise awareness for missing and murdered Aboriginal women

Family members of missing and murdered Aboriginal women are preparing for a trek across the country.

(Gladys Radek is about to embark on a walk across the country to raise awareness for missing and murdered Aboriginal women.)

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Family members of missing and murdered Aboriginal women are preparing for a trek across the country.

This year the Tears4Justice walk will begin June 21, National Aboriginal Day, in Sydney, N.S. with the goal of arriving in Prince Rupert, B.C. in September.

Gladys Radek organized the walk and said she did so to promote action and answers for her niece who went missing, and all the others, along the Highway of Tears.

Radek hopes to gain support for a national inquiry into missing and murdered Aboriginal women and girls.

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  1. All my best wishes and hope are with this lady. Her goals are my goals and the goals of all who care about humanity. Aboriginal peoples must be protected and respected by all. BTW, I am not Aboriginal.

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