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Stand with MMIP

Make a difference for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Persons

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MMIP is a social movement created to bring awareness to the epidemic of violence and injustice that indigenous people face daily, across the United States and Canada.

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More likely for Native American women to be murdered or sexually assaulted 

Source: U.S. Department of Justice
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Highest cause of death among American Indian and Alaskan Native women ages 10-24 years old is murder

Source: Center for Disease Control and Prevention Homicide 
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Murdered and missing indigenous women and girls reported in 2016 (only 116 logged in DOJ database)

Source: Urban Indian Health Institute

Make sure every case is counted

If you have had a loved one who has been murdered or gone missing and have already contacted the authorities, visit the Sovereign Bodies Institute to add them to the national database.

REPORT A MISSING OR MURDERED INDIGENOUS PERSON → 

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