Please reach out to the committee lead, Stacey Ettawageshik, to offer your help working to bring our missing home, seek justice for them and support the families of the murdered.
Demand Congress support indigenous communities by passing the Not Invisible Act
Justice for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women - Senators
Make them Count: Missing and Murdered Indigenious Women - Representatives
End violence against Indigenous women, girls and two-spirit people - Amnesty International
Urge Canada to support the inclusion of Indigenous women and girls in the resource development decision-making process - Amnesty Int'l
Join Stacey Ettawageshik, member of the Anishinaabek Caucus, and Tribal Chairperson, Regina Gasco-Bentley, as they explore the Missing, Murdered Indigenous Women crisis that is impacting Michigan and Indian Country.
Artwork by: Russ Kewaygeshik
Sovereign Bodies Institute (SBI) builds on Indigenous traditions of data gathering and knowledge transfer to create, disseminate, and put into action research on gender and sexual violence against Indigenous people.
Uniting Three Fires Against Violence
Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women
National Indigenous Women's Resource Center
As Native American women go missing and are murdered, who is keeping track?, 8/18/21
Minnesota legislature opens first in the nation missing and murdered Indigenous relatives office, 7/12/21
A Proclamation on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Persons Awareness Day, 2021, 5/5/21
2 workers on Enbridge's Line 3 pipeline arrested in sex trafficking sting, 7/1/21
Sexual violence along pipeline route follows Indigenous women’s warnings, 6/4/21
Exploiting More Than the Land: Sex Violence Linked to Enbridge Line 3 Pipeliners, 3/16/21
2 arrests in human trafficking sting were Line 3 workers, 2/23/21
Police need to report missing persons cases into national database to address MMIWG cases, 10/28/20