Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls: A Cross Border Review

In Other, by , on February 15th, 2024

Dr. Natalie Snow, M.S.’17, will present “Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls: A Cross-Border Review” on Friday, March 1, from 10-11 a.m. in the Russell Salvatore Dining Commons. The Seven Dancers Coalition will also provide attendees with resource information regarding gender-based violence and victimization within Indigenous populations in New York at the event, which is free, open to the community, and presented by the OVPE. Please consider attending, and encouraging students to do so as well! 

Dr. Natalie M. Snow is a full-time professor in the criminal justice program at Humber College in Toronto, Ontario. Dr. Snow graduated from Niagara University with a Master of Science in criminal justice administration in 2017. Her research interests include sexual violence, system response to female criminalization, and Indigenous criminology. She has published in Women and Criminal Justice and the International Journal of Offender Therapy & Comparative Criminology.