Mon Jun 27, 2022

Indigenous leaders: ‘It’s okay to free yourself’ from violence

Last year, the Waccamaw Siouan Tribe honored the memory of missing and murdered Indigenous women with these dresses. Contributed photos from Waccamaw Siouan Tribe Facebook page

May 5 was National Missing and Murdered Native Women and Girls Awareness Day. 

To commemorate the loss of lives of Indigenous women and raise awareness against domestic violence, the advocacy group Native Girls Rock hosted the Save Our Sisters online forum on May 3 to discuss how violence against women affects Indigenous

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