'We Can't Do This on Our Own': How Mainstream Media Fails Missing Girls of Color
The outcry over the missing girls in Washington D.C. reveals a sobering truth: When girls and women of color go missing, their cases are far less likely to attract media attention.
A Family's Desperate Search for a Missing Woman Police Can't Find
Misty Faith Potts is a 38-year-old Canadian woman who disappeared in March 2015, one of the more than 1,200 missing or murdered Indigenous women across the country.
On Winnipeg’s Red River with the Searchers Looking for Their Missing Relatives
Nine bodies have been found in the river in the last year, and the Drag the Red volunteers are doing what police won't—actually searching below the murky water.
The True Crime Issue
Who Is the West Mesa Bone Collector?
Five years after Albuquerque's "crime of the century," police have few clues about what happened to 11 women found buried on the West Mesa.
the vice reader
Good, Evil, and Canada's Aboriginal Kidnappings - An Interview with Adrianne Harun
After I purchased Adrianne's book, I went into the parking lot to find my car battery had run dead. I went back inside, sat down in the bookstore café, and looked at VICE.com, where I saw <a href="http://www.vice.com/read/hundreds-of-aboriginal...
April Ayers Lawson
The Profiles Issue
Why Are So Many Aboriginal Women Being Murdered in Canada?
And what is the government going to do about it?