Shrouded corpse art shocks Calgarians about MMIW: But that was the point

The art piece is called “Disposable Red Woman”.

Video Journalist / Calgary

Tamara is Métis from Winnipeg, Manitoba. She received a diploma in interactive media arts at Assiniboine Community College in Brandon and has worked as a videographer for CBC in Winnipeg and Iqaluit. Tamara was hired by APTN in 2016 as a camera/editor and is now a video journalist in our Calgary bureau.


6 thoughts on “Shrouded corpse art shocks Calgarians about MMIW: But that was the point

  1. Unfortunately it takes that much for non-Aboriginal Canadians to face the truth! More than likely they would just walk away and no want to notice what actually what happened because the don’t want to face the truth!

  2. Thank you, Ishsnish for bringing awareness to MMIW, it affects me directly. A very dear friend of mine daughter has been missing for 2 years and we all pray that she returns safe one day. ~ANSN~

  3. What a well done piece… both by the Artist and the news reporter…it is good to see aboriginal issues are coming to light even as hard and sad the issues are…

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