Stories of Previously Incarcerated Indigenous Mothers
Kijibashik is a SSHRC-funded project led by a team of community members, students, advocates, and academics who want to eliminate the over-representation of Indigenous women and girls in Canadian prison systems. By speaking to formerly incarcerated Indigenous mothers or mother-figures, we aim to inform new programs, policies, and services to support these women and their children and break the cycle of incarceration.
Funded by Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council: Insight Grant
Collaborators: Dr. Jerry Flores, Dr. Karen Lawford, Dr. Flora Matheson, Tenzin Butsang
Community Partners: Aboriginal Legal Services, Native Women's Resource Centre of Toronto, Elizabeth Fry of Toronto, PASAN
Learn more on our website here, or follow us on Instagram @kijibashik