With drums, war paint, songs and art, Indigenous women and supporters spoke out Monday against human trafficking in London and stood in solidarity to remember Canada’s missing and murdered indigenous women and girls.

Dozens took to the street outside Atlohsa Family Healing Services on Richmond Street Monday afternoon for songs and an otherwise silent demonstration against human trafficking and the devastating effect it has on Indigenous communities.

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'See Me': Indigenous women protest human trafficking in London