Anya Zoledziowski is an award-winning staff reporter at VICE World News. Her reporting focuses on a wide-range of social justice issues, including Indigenous affairs, race, politics, sex worker rights, and the disproportionate harm experienced by racialized communities as the climate crisis worsens. She graduated top of her class from the University of British Columbia Master of Journalism program in 2018, and has since won multiple awards for her investigative reporting delving into hate crimes targeting Indigenous women at the hands of transient workers who move into “man camps,” temporary housing units near resource extraction sites. She also won the CAJ Reconciliation Award in 2021 for her Indigenous affairs reporting. Prior to working at VICE, she was with CBC, now defunct StarMetro Calgary, and freelanced all over.
“I would not be surprised if these groups become more bold with Roe.”
The posting is a recent example of the relentless online vitriol targeting Heard.
One of the judges was just appointed the associate minister of the status of women.
Olivia Julianna started raising money after Gaetz said women fighting for abortion access are usually “350 pounds” that “nobody wants to impregnate.”
West Virginia could pass new legislation as early as this week that effectively bans all abortions, save for a few narrow exceptions.
Indigenous leaders say the apology didn't go far enough in part because Pope Francis didn't denounce the “Doctrine of Discovery” and blamed the atrocities on bad actors—not the institution.
Two people were killed and another two seriously injured in a string of shootings that appear to have targeted homeless people in the area.
The Catholic Church ran more than half of the country's brutal residential schools, which forcibly assimilated 150,000 First Nations, Métis, and Inuit children.
A suspect is in custody following a series of shootings in Langley, British Columbia.
Content creators on TikTok are encouraging women to stop using effective birth control methods at a time when millions of people in the U.S. just lost abortion access.
A conservative school board candidate in Santa Rosa County, Florida, called for doctors who provide gender-affirming care to children to be lynched.