With "The Forgotten," MOA sought to open conversation about murdered and missing women

This story is Part Two in a three-part series on the cancellation of Pamela Masik’s “The Forgotten” portrait collection from the UBC Museum of Anthropology, originally scheduled to run February 15 – March 21, 2011. Read Part One: When an outsider paints the DTES missing women.

The UBC Museum of Anthropology. (Photo by Bill McLennan, courtesy of the MOA)


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