The Morning Edition - K-W | Mar 27, 2014 | 7:27

Missing and murdered aboriginal women not resonating, says advocate

First Nations organizer and activist Shawn Johnston says there needs to be more regular awareness of missing and murdered Aboriginal women; it doesn't seem to be resonating with people. He's holding a vigil for Loretta Saunders Wednesday night.

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