The Bureau of Indian Affairs’ missing and murdered unit was launched by Deb Haaland a year ago to tackle an epidemic of violence against Native people. But initial results have disappointed
The 14-year-old had just learned some of the troubling details of the crisis of missing and murdered Indigenous women and was concerned that her mother, who is Alaska Native and tended to travel alone, might one day not make it home
Danielle Ewenin believes her big sister was driven by law enforcement to the middle of nowhere and abandoned in sub-zero conditions.
Agnes Tybo was strangled to death inside an Albuquerque motel room in 1983. Now, her granddaughter is determined to crack the horrific crime that upended the family.
Monica Fast Horse texted her 26-year-old daughter on a Thursday evening in August to ask when she would be home. It wasn’t fear that drove her to it, it was simply what they always did: they checked in with each other.
Gabby Petito’s case highlights the power of media attention but for Indigenous communities it also emphasizes the lack of attention given to missing and murdered Native people
A recently released report found that Indigenous people in California have experienced sexual assault at high rates
About 50 people carried signs and a few shouted, ‘Shame,’ after a New York Times article chronicled harassment and discrimination claims from former employees.
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Decision came more than a year after Pierce county medical examiner’s office ruled Black father of two’s death a homicide
The interior secretary has announced the formation of a new unit to investigate the ‘epidemic’ of violence