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Half a skull, and an anklebone — that’s all that remains to tell us she ever lived. Nineteen years after a roadside souvenir vendor found her skull fragment in a ditch near Mission, B.C., and 11 years after police matched her skull’s DNA with an anklebone found on the farm of notorious serial killer Robert Pickton, she has yet to be identified. Without a name there will never be a family to notify. She will have no grave — just a box in a police evidence locker.
A horrifying nightmare for too many native families.
A serious problem in Canada that nobody gives a fuck about. And it’s time to change that goddamn attitude.
— The Next Civil Rights Issue: Why Women Aren’t Welcome on the Internet by Amanda Hess (via ceedling)
Anna Gunn, the actress best known for her portrayal as Skyler White on Breaking Bad, has written an editorial for The New York Times in response to the strong animosity towards her character from a large vocal portion of the show’s fan base.
Here is what she had to say:
Playing Skyler White…
Omg I love her. Why does this not have more notes???
(Source: joeygoeshollywood)1 month ago384 notes -