FNX Blog

A blog of all things FNX - First Nation's Experience.


Authorities Will Not Recover Bodies of Missing Indigenous Women from Manitoba Landfills

On a grassy area behind the Human Rights Museum on Route 57, just as Provencher BLVD crosses over the Red River in Winnipeg Manitoba; Lies Camp Marcedes. The camp, named after Marcedes Myron, exists to take a stand against local authorities who have decided not to search for and recover the bodies of murdered indigenous women, whom they believe were dumped in local landfills.

First Rodeo, Indian Style: A Highlight of Talents and a Spotlight on Social Issues

Together with Navajo nation tribal member Sahar Khadjenoury and the Shon Wasler group, and through a generous grant from the Women In Media Fund (WIMF), Blanquet set off to the Indian National Finals Rodeo (INFR) in Las Vegas Nevada.