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 Redeye - Co-op Radio 
 
 Interview
 Kim Pate interviewed by Sean Mullen
 Redeye Collective  
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Indigenous women make up 4% of the population as a whole. Yet they form one third of the federal prison population. A recent report examines why so many First Nations women are incarcerated. The report is called Marginalized and was prepared by the Wesley Group and recently released by the Public Safety department. Kim Pate is executive director of the Elizabeth Fry Society.
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00:17:58 English 2012-10-20
 Vancouver, BC
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