Jaqueline Anaquod on missing and murdered indigenous women

Jaqueline Anaquod uses OneStory to share how the issue of missing and murdered indigenous women has affected her life.

A 'Sister in Spirit' uses OneStory to reflect on violence against women and her own experience

Jaqueline Anaquod shares a close-call she in which she felt she could have been a missing woman. (CBC)

There are more than 30 unsolved cases of missing and murdered indigenous women in Saskatchewan and about 1,200 in Canada.

But most experts suggest even more incidents go unreported.

Jaqueline Anaquod has been raising awareness about violence against women in her community as part of the Sisters in Spirit movement.

And Anaquod knows firsthand what it's like to be violently assaulted by a man.

Here's her OneStory.

Click here to watch Anaquod's OneStory if you're on mobile.

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