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Teaching Students: Johnson and Homicide Victims

teaching students: Ikwe Widdkiitiwin is one of Manitoba's largest women's shelters, according to CTV. Ikwe Widdkiitiwin's executive director Stephanie Johnson told CTV News that the most important thing was to believe survivors. The report also found that 79 percent of adult domestic homicide victims were female, and 53 percent were either refugees or immigrants, people of Indigenous heritage, people living in rural areas or children. A lot of times that's the one that hurts the most, said Johnson. Johnson also stressed the importance of educating men, families and the greater community, suggesting that such an education should begin before adolescence in teaching students what healthy boundaries and healthy relationships look like. When you've had the courage to go out, you've have the courage to ask for help and then you're not being believed. ( As reported in the news.