Produced By: CBC Podcasts
Hosted By: Connie Walker
Missing & Murdered is a seasonal podcast that shares the stories of indigenous women in the U.S., Canada and Mexico along with what very little people know about just how high risk this population is.
Season 1 shares the story of Cleo Nicotine Semaganis, who was taken from her family in the 1960s to be “re-educated” in a boarding school while Season 2 shares the story of Cleopatra Semaganis Nicotine, a young Cree girl who was removed by social services from her Saskatchewan home in 1972 and rumored to be murdered.
In both cases, listeners hear not only the personal side of each case but also, just how deep systemic racism still runs.
Listener Review Trends (from iTunes):
Most Favorable: The focus on indigenous communities and how they have been impacted.
Most Critical: The reporter comes off as too aggressive and pushy in her interviews.
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