The Time is Now

Reading, writing, and puppies: the summer of ’19

While it’s been some time since I’ve written a post here, I am reading and writing many things! Here’s the latest on what I’ve been up to and where you can find me.

First, I was asked to take on new duties at my day job because my boss left to take another job. So I am now serving as the interim Collection Development Officer for UW-Madison Libraries. This is in addition to my regular position as the Gender and Women’s Studies Librarian for the UW System. So to say my schedule has gotten busier would be an understatement. With time and discipline (what is that??), I am learning to juggle these new duties with the existing ones. While I enjoy the work, I hope that new people can be hired so that I will be off the hook by mid-spring (fingers crossed).

In addition to this, I am writing more. Everything I read says that if you want to be a writer you need to write, and write a lot. So this week, I started a daily writing practice in which I write for at least 30 minutes a day. Usually it’s more and I have written quite a bit this week. I’ve started publishing on Medium, so please check that out. Some of the pieces are recycled but I was excited when my new original piece, Shedding the sugar security blanket, was picked up by The Startup.

Photo of candy hearts


I still have my series, Feminist Know-It-All, on the Ms. Magazine website and it is so fun. Up to now, it’s been mostly lists of new Reads for the Rest of Us but it will be expanding soon. I recently conducted an interview with Melanie S. Hatter, author of the Kimbilio National Fiction Prize winning Malawi’s Sisters, and I hope this will be published as part of that column in the near future.

Ms Feminist Know It All column on Ms Magazine

The Time is Now ebook cover



I recently had a chapter published in an ebook entitled, The Time is Now: Feminist Leadership for a New Era. The book was compiled by the Global Network UNESCO Chairs on Gender and my chapter is “The role of libraries in the leadership development of women and girls around the world.” The book is available free online, so please take a look!



I was asked to write a book review for the Canadian Journal of History, which should be published by early spring, and I continue to contribute to Resources for Gender and Women’s Studies: A Feminist Review. I am also trying to work on my first book project, which is a history of the Office of the Gender and Women’s Studies Librarian at the UW. It’s been tough to make this a priority but that’s why I started a daily writing practice. My hope is to alternate projects each day to find time for all the things I want to write.

I continue to update my resource guide on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIW or MMIWG). It is consistently my most popular post on the site. Please share it widely!

Of course, I continue to read as much as I can. There’s never enough time to read all of the books I want to, though! Favorites this year include (so far, and in no particular order):


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I’ve also committed to improving my health. So this week, I started to detox from sugar and diet soda; you can read about it on The Startup. I’ve also increased my activity level and my intake of tea and water. I’ve joined Noom, which is helping tremendously with the psychology behind my existing habits. Click the link or image for a 20% discount!



I actually took a week off work to get started on all of this because I knew it would be challenging. It’s day four or five and the headaches have decreased significantly. I feel clearer and my mood has improved a bit. I am peeing all the time because of the increased water intake. I’ve lost two pounds and am feeling more motivated in general.


A dog and a puppy outdoors, by a small pink kiddie pool

Duo (top) and Grace


Above and beyond all this, there were a few other big things happening this summer. First, my son moved out into his first place. This is a big adjustment, but it’s been great. Second, my partner and I adopted a puppy. She is a boxer mix from our local humane society and her name is Grace. I don’t have to tell you that she is the sweetest, cutest, most cuddly girl ever. She’s brought a lot of joy into our lives since we lost our amazing dog, Duo, in June.




Photo of an Australian shepherd mix laying down in the sun

Beautiful boy, Duo

Photo of a boxer mix puppy sleeping with her tongue out

Gracie sleeping

Photo of a boxer mix puppy running with a Chuck-It in her mouth, ears flying in the wind behind her

Little girl Grace









So what have you been up to this summer? What have you been reading? What’s been your favorite book so far this year? Let me know in the comments below.

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Resources on reported Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women #MMIW - Specific Women and Girls. This list is regularly updated by Karla J. Strand.

Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women #MMIW – Specific Women and Girls

The Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women #MMIW – Specific Women and Girls page includes resources on MMIWG throughout the US and Canada. When a name or article is labeled as “NEW”, it doesn’t necessarily mean the case is new or the article has been published recently; it only means the information is new to this guide. I have added geographical location of each woman. I am also adding nation/band/tribal/community affiliation if I can find it. My intention is to be relatively sure of these affiliations before I add them but if I have something wrong, please send me the information so that I can make the correction.

This list is added to regularly. Contact me with suggestions.

Click here to go back to the #MMIW Resource Guide main page. 

NEW to this page – see below (updated 2 October 2019):

  • Darlene Billie
  • Jermain Austin Charlo (AKA Morigeau, nickname “Liz”)
  • Hanna Harris
  • Kaysera Stops Pretty Places
  • Added article about Ashley HeavyRunner Loring

NEW to this page – see below (updated 14 August 2019):

  • JoJo Boswell
  • Geographical info added to each name
  • Tribal/nation affiliation added when known
  • Amber Alyssa Tuccaro (Mikisew Cree First Nation – Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada) – Article and state added
  • Articles added about Victoria Jane “Vicki” Eagleman (Lower Brule Sioux Tribe of South Dakota) – also name and affiliation updated
  • Articles and affiliation/state added for Felina Blanch Metsker (Yakama Nation, Washington)
  • Full name and state added for Ashlynne Octavia Rebecca Mike (New Mexico)

Judith “Judy” Apache (Navajo – ’Áshiihi (Salt People Clan) and Kinyaa’áanii (Towering House Clan) – New Mexico)

Dianne Mae Bignell (Thompson, Manitoba, Canada)

Darlene Billie (Choctaw – St. Ignatius, Montana)- NEW to this guide

Lorlene Bone (Wuskwi Sipihk First Nation – Swan River, Manitoba, Canada)

JoJo Boswell (Minnesota)

Arielisa Bryant (Arizona)

April Carpenter (Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada)

Jermain Austin Charlo aka Jermain Morigeau, uses nickname “Liz” (Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes – Missoula, Montana) – NEW to this guide

Kaitlin Coffee (Oklahoma)

Renee Davis (Muckleshoot – Washington)

Victoria Jane “Vicki” Eagleman (Lower Brule Sioux Tribe of South Dakota)

Tina Michelle Fontaine (Sagkeeng First Nation  – Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada)

Angel Four Bear (Montana)

Cindy Gladue (Edmonton, Alberta, Canada)

Hanna DeAnn Harris (Northern Cheyenne – Lame Deer, Montana) – NEW to this guide

Freda Knows Gun, sometimes seen as Knowshisgun (Crow – Montana)

Savanna LaFontaine-Greywind (North Dakota)

Olivia Keri Lone Bear (North Dakota)

Larissa Lone Hill (Lakota – South Dakota)

Ashley HeavyRunner Loring (Blackfeet – Montana)

Diane Lynn Medicine Horse (Crow – Montana)

Felina Blanch Metsker (Yakama Nation – Washington) 

Ashlynne Octavia Rebecca Mike (Navajo Nation – New Mexico)

Henny Scott (Northern Cheyenne Tribe – Montana)

Kaysera Stops Pretty Places (Crow Nation – Hardin and Missoula, Montana) – NEW to this guide

Rosenda Strong (Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation, descendant of the Yakama Nation – Washington)

Miranda Tenorio (New Mexico)

Britney Michele Tiger Gomez (Oklahoma)

Amber Alyssa Tuccaro (Mikisew Cree First Nation – Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada)

Misty Upham (Blackfeet Nation – Washington and Montana)

Jenaya Mary Wapemoose (Cowessess First Nation – Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada)

Amanda Webster (Navajo Nation – Arizona)

Amy Whitegrass and Lindsay Whiteman (Blackfeet – Montana)

Alberta Gail Williams (Gitanyow Band – Prince Rupert, British Columbia, Canada)

Jamie Lynette Yazzie aka Jamie Montoya and Jamie Yazzie (Navajo Nation – Arizona)

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Monthly Wrap-Up June18

June Wrap-Up

I cannot believe it’s already July! The summer is flying by and I wanted to take a minute to look back and reflect upon what I’ve read, listened to, and wrote last month.

In June:

All this while watching countless hours of FIFA World Cup matches! Seriously all but like three of the games…



I was unable to travel anywhere in June but did have a blast at LGBT Night with the Milwaukee Brewers!

IN OTHER NEWS: I have published my first academic journal article! It’s based on my doctoral research and is entitled “The Evolving Role of Public Libraries in South Africa in Addressing Information Poverty: A Historical Context.” It’s published in the journal Library Management (volume 39, numbers 6/7); if you’d like a copy, please let me know!

For the last two weeks, I have been really sick with whatever flu or cold is going around and it knocked me on my ass! I am finally getting back on my feet and so hope to be adding new content to the site more regularly now.

Here’s a look ahead to July!

How was your June? Were you able to get some R&R? Did you read or travel or ?? What are you looking forward to in July?





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The Book of M by Peng Shepherd

What I’m Reading – 13 May 2018

Happy Mother’s Day!

We’ve been working so hard on home renovations that it is nice to have a bit of a break today. I’ve been super busy at work as well but am still carving out time to do some reading. Here are some of the highlights:

I just started and ARC of Hybrid Child by Mariko Ohara which, while it is a classic of Japanese speculative fiction, it is only in its first translation here in the US. It’s actually the first English translation of a major work of scifi by a Japanese woman author, period, so wow, that’s awesome. Always have to wonder what took so long but it’s here now, at least. And so far, I would recommend you get your mitts on this book! It is strange and mysterious and fascinating so far. I may take this Mother’s Day and read it all!

I just finished listening to Beauty Queens by Libba Bray and sorry but I didn’t love it. At all. I posted a little review on GoodReads. I just started listening to This Book is Overdue! by Marilyn Johnson and it’s not too great either actually… I mean, it would be more interesting to someone who didn’t know anything about librarianship I think but it’s also just dated. I am striking out with aduibooks lately… any suggestions? I also recently finished Monsoon Mansion and am working on reviews for A Little in Love with Everyone by Genevieve Hudson and The Book of M by Peng Shepherd, so be watching for those.

There have been a lot of great articles I’ve been reading lately, it’s hard to share them all! I recently created a Resource Guide to Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women (#MMIW) and so read a lot of those articles as I included them. I just couldn’t find a great bibliography or guide out there, so I figured the least I could do was to create one. So please share it and also let me know what’s missing from it; I plan to continue adding to it.


Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women #MMIW – Books

This bibliography goes beyond #MMIW and lists books regarding violence against Indigenous women more generally, as well as Indigenous history, tradition, feminism, and more. These resources focus on women and GNC people in areas now known as the United States, Canada, and Hawaii. It’s possible that I will move the other topics off of this bibliography at some point onto their own and limit this one strictly to MMIW. I welcome your suggestions.

This post includes affiliate links. For each book that is purchased on this list from an affiliate link of mine, I will donate $1 to the Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women.

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NEW to this guide – Updated August 25, 2019

Anderson, A. Brenda; Kubik, Wendee; Hampton, Mary Rucklos (eds). 2010. Torn from Our Midst: Voices of Grief, Healing, and Action from the Missing Indigenous Women Conference, 2008. Canadian Plains Research Center.

Anderson, Kim; Campbell, Maria; Belcourt, Christi (eds). 2018. Keetsahnak: Our Missing and Murdered Indigenous Sisters. Alberta, Canada: University of Alberta Press.

Boyden, Joseph. 2014. Kwe: Standing With Our Sisters. Penguin Canada.

Cameron, Stevie. 2010. On the Farm: Robert William Pickton and the Tragic Story of Vancouver’s Missing Women. Knopf Canada.

Dean, Amber. 2015. Remembering Vancouver’s disappeared women: settler colonialism and the difficulty of inheritance. Toronto: Toronto University Press.

Goulding, Warren. 2001. Just Another Indian: A Serial Killer and Canada’s Indifference. Fifth House Publishers.

Lavell-Harvard, D. Memee and Jennifer Brant (eds). 2016. Forever loved : exposing the hidden crisis of missing and murdered indigenous women and girls in Canada. Bradford, ON: Demeter Press.

Michalko, Ray. 2016. Obstruction of Justice: The Search for Truth on Canada’s Highway of Tears. Red Deer Press.

Scofield, Gregory. 2016. Witness, I Am. Nightwood Editions. [Includes an epic poem about MMIW].

Shenher, Lori. 2015. That Lonely Section of Hell: The Botched Investigation of a Serial Killer Who Almost Got Away. Greystone Books.

Walter, Emmanuelle. 2015. Stolen Sisters: The Story of Two Missing Girls, Their Families, and How Canada Has Failed Indigenous Women. HarperCollins Publishers.


Agtuca, Jacqueline; Sahneyah, Dorma (ed). 2015. Safety for Native Women: VAWA and American Indian Tribes. National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center.

Casselman, Amy L. 2015. Injustice in Indian Country: Jurisdiction, American Law, and Sexual Violence Against Native Women. Peter Lang Inc.

Charleyboy, Lisa; Leatherdale, Mary Beth (eds). 2018. #NotYourPrincess: Voices of Native American Women. Annick Press.

Chenault, Venida S. 2011. Weaving Strength, Weaving Power: Violence and Abuse against Indigenous Women. Carolina Academic Press.

Deer, Sarah. 2015. The Beginning and End of Rape: Confronting Sexual Violence in Native America. 3rd ed. Univ Of Minnesota Press.

Deer, Sarah. 2007. Sharing Our Stories of Survival: Native Women Surviving Violence. AltaMira Press.

Hargreaves, Allison. 2017. Violence against Indigenous women : literature, activism, resistance. Waterloo, ON: Wilfrid Laurier University Press.

McGillivray, Anne; Comaskey, Brenda. 1999. Black Eyes All of the Time: Intimate Violence, Aboriginal Women, and the Justice System. University of Toronto Press.

Minnesota Indian Women’s Sexual Assault Coalition. 2012. The Barrette Project: Honoring Native Women Survivors of Sexual Violence. CreateSpace.

Robertson, David Alexander, et al. 2017. Will I See? HighWater Press. [graphic novel.]

Smith, Andrea. 2015. Conquest: Sexual Violence and American Indian Genocide. Reprint. Duke University Press Books.

Vermette, Katherena. 2016. The Break. House of Anansi Press. [fiction.]

Biography and Memoir

Brave Bird, Mary; Erdoes, Richard. 2014. Ohitika Woman. Grove Press. [sequel to Lakota Woman.]

Crow Dog, Mary; Erdoes, Richard. 2014. Lakota Woman. Reprint. Grove Press.

Harjo, Joy. 2012. Crazy Brave: A Memoir. W. W. Norton & Company.

Harness, Susan Devan. 2018. Bitterroot: A Salish Memoir of Transracial Adoption. University of Nebraska Press.

Mailhot, Terese Marie. 2018. Heart Berries: A Memoir. Counterpoint.

Robertson, Davis Alexander. 2008. The Life of Helen Betty Osborne: A Graphic Novel. Portage & Main Press.

Robertson, David Alexander. 2015. Betty: The Helen Betty Osborne Story. HighWater Press.

Feminism and Activism

Akaka, Moanike’ala; Kahaulelio, Maxine, et al. (eds). 2018. Nā Wāhine Koa: Hawaiian Women for Sovereignty and Demilitarization. University of Hawaii Press.

Anderson, Kim. 2001. A Recognition of Being: Reconstructing Native Womanhood. Sumach Press.

Baldy, Cutcha Risling. 2018. We Are Dancing for You: Native Feminisms and the Revitalization of Women’s Coming-of-Age Ceremonies. University of Washington Press.

Barker, Joanne. 2017. Critically Sovereign: Indigenous Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies. Duke University Press Books.

Donovan, Kathleen M. 1998. Feminist Readings of Native American Literature: Coming to Voice. Third ed. University of Arizona Press.

Green, Joyce. 2007. Making Space for Indigenous Feminism. Zed Books.

Kapā’anaokalāokeola Nākoa Oliveira, Katrina-Ann R. et al. (eds). 2015. Kanaka ‘Ōiwi Methodologies: Mo‘olelo and Metaphor. University of Hawaii Press.

Lavell-Harvard, Dawn Memee; Anderson, Kim (eds). 2014. Mothers of the Nations: Indigenous Mothering as Global Resistance, Reclaiming and Recovery. Demeter Press.

Mankiller, Wilma. 2011. Every Day is a Good Day: Reflections by Contemporary Indigenous Women. Memorial ed. Fulcrum Publishing.

Maracle, Lee. 2002. I Am Woman: A Native Perspective on Sociology and Feminism. Reprint. Raincoast Books, Press Gang Publishers.

Mihesuah, Devon Abbott. 2003. Indigenous American Women: Decolonization, Empowerment, Activism. University of Nebraska Press.

Simpson, Leanne Betasamosake. 2017. As We Have Always Done: Indigenous Freedom through Radical Resistance. 3rd ed. Univ Of Minnesota Press.

Smith, Linda Tuhiwai. 2012. Decolonizing Methodologies: Research and Indigenous Peoples. 2nd ed. Zed Books.

Suzack, Cheryl; Huhndorf, Shari M.; Perreault, Jeanne; Barman, Jean. 2011. Indigenous Women and Feminism: Politics, Activism, Culture. UBC Press.

Trask, Haunani-Kay. 1999. From a Native Daughter: Colonialism and Sovereignty in Hawaii. Revised ed. Latitude 20 Books.

Wagner, Sally Roesch. 2010. Sisters in Spirit: Iroquois Influence on Early Feminists. Book Publishing Company.

Wilson, Shawn. 2009. Research Is Ceremony: Indigenous Research Methods. Fernwood Publishing Co., Ltd.

History and Tradition

Allen, Paula Gunn. 2015. The Sacred Hoop: Recovering the Feminine in American Indian Traditions. Reissue ed. Open Road Media.

Anderson, Kim. 2011. Life Stages and Native Women: Memory, Teachings, and Story Medicine. Third ed. University of Manitoba Press.

Goeman, Mishuana. 2013. Mark My Words: Native Women Mapping Our Nations. Univ Of Minnesota Press.

Hillaire, Pauline (Scälla–Of the Killer Whale). 2016. Rights Remembered: A Salish Grandmother Speaks on American Indian History and the Future. University of Nebraska Press.

Jagodinsky, Katrina. 2016. Legal Codes and Talking Trees: Indigenous Women’s Sovereignty in the Sonoran and Puget Sound Borderlands, 1854-1946. Yale University Press.

Katz, Jane. 2009. Messengers of the Wind: Native American Women Tell Their Life Stories. Reprint. One World.

Kermoal, Nathalie; Altamirano-Jiménez, Isabel (eds). 2016. Living on the Land: Indigenous Women’s Understanding of Place. AU Press.

Perdue, Theda. 1999. Cherokee Women: Gender and Culture Change, 1700-1835. Bison Books.


Driskill, Qwo-Li. 2016. Asegi Stories: Cherokee Queer and Two-Spirit Memory. University of Arizona Press.

Driskill, Qwo-Li; Finley, Chris; Gilley, Brian Joseph; Morgensen, Scott Lauria (eds). 2011. Queer Indigenous Studies: Critical Interventions in Theory, Politics, and Literature. University of Arizona Press.

Driskill, Qwo-Li; Justice, Daniel Heath; Miranda, Deborah; Tatonetti, Lisa (eds). 2011. Sovereign Erotics: A Collection of Two-Spirit Literature. University of Arizona Press.

Jolivette, Andrew J. 2016. Indian Blood: HIV and Colonial Trauma in San Francisco’s Two-Spirit Community. University of Washington Press.

Morgensen, Scrott Lauria. 2011. Spaces between Us: Queer Settler Colonialism and Indigenous Decolonization. Univ Of Minnesota Press.

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Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women #MMIW – Films, Podcasts, and Toolkits

New resources regularly added; please contact me with suggestions.

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New to this guide – see below (updated 28 November 2019)

  • Red House is a multi-platform project in development about the growing epidemic of missing and murdered Indigenous women in the US and the relationship some of these cases have to the drilling industry. Check out their TV series and podcast.




  • Not Invisible by Red House. “Not Invisible seeks to unravel the mysteries and myths behind cases of missing & murdered Indigenous women that are tied to water protection, land sovereignty, and extractive industries.”
  • Who Killed Alberta Williams? by Connie Walker and Marnie Luke. “In 1989, 24-year-old Alberta Williams was found dead along the Highway of Tears near Prince Rupert, B.C. Police never caught her killer. Twenty-seven years later, her unsolved murder continues to haunt her family — and the retired cop who says he knows who did it. CBC News has produced an eight-part podcast and slideshow.”

Toolkits and Guides

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Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women #MMIW – Reports and Articles

This post is updated regularly. Suggestions are always welcome.

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NEW to this page (updated July 26, 2019):

  • National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls [Canada]. Reclaiming Power and Place: The Final Report of the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls. 2019.

Bachman, Annette, et al. “Violence against American Indian and Alaska Native women and the criminal justice response: What is known.” August 2008.

Bailey, Jane and Sara Shayan. “Missing and murdered Indigenous women crisis: Technological dimensions.” Canadian Journal of Women and the Law 28, 2. pages 321-341. August 2016.

Beck, Abaki. “Missing, murdered, but never forgotten: Violence, colonialism, and justice for Indigenous women.” Bitch 80. Fall 2018. Pages 64-67.

Finn, Kathleen, et al. “Responsible resource development and prevention of sex trafficking: Safeguarding Native women and children on the Fort Berthold Reservation.” February 4, 2016.

Lucchesi, Annita & Echo-Hawk, Abigail. “Missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls.” Urban Indian Health Institute, November 2018.

Native Women’s Association Canada. Voices of our sisters in spirit: A report to families and communities. [2nd ed.] March 2009.

Native Women’s Association Canada. Community resource guide: What can I do to help the families of missing and murdered Aboriginal women and girls? 2010.

Native Women’s Association Canada. “National Inquiry into MMIWG.” 2018.

“Our bodies, our stories.” Urban Indian Health Institute. – Includes downloads for “Our Bodies, Our Stories” and “Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women” reports.

Rosay, Andre B. “Violence against American Indian and Alaska Native Women and Men.” National Institute of Justice, September 2016.

Seattle City Council Proclamation of Saturday, May 5th, 2018 to the Day of Awareness for Missing
and Murdered Native American Women and Girls in the City of Seattle. May 2018.

Smith, Jane M.; Thompson II, Richard M. “Tribal criminal jurisdiction over non-Indians in the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) Reauthorization and the SAVE Native Women Act.” Congressional Research Service. May 15, 2012.

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Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women #MMIW – News

New resources regularly added; please contact me with suggestions.

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New to this page (See below) – Updated 2 October 2019

  • Marita Growing Thunder (Fort Peck Assiniboine Sioux ) [student activist]


Lauren Chief Elk-Young Bear

Congressional Hearing on MMIW – March 2019

Jordan Marie Brings Three White Horses Daniel [runner]

Drag the Red [Winnipeg]


Marita Growing Thunder (Fort Peck Assiniboine Sioux ) [student activist] – NEW to this guide

The Justice for Native Survivors of Sexual Violence Act, H.R. 3977 (116th Congress)

Not Invisible Act of 2019 (116th Congress)



South Dakota

Washington State



National Day of Awareness

Savanna’s Act, S.1942 (115th Congress)

Senate Committee on Indian Affairs Oversight Hearing on MMIW – December 2018



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Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women #MMIW – Websites/Organizations

This list is regularly updated. Suggestions are always welcome.

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NEW to this page (updated 26 July 2019)


American Indians Against Abuse [Wisconsin]

Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women [New Mexico]

Drag the Red Facebook group [Winnipeg]

First Nations Women’s Alliance [North Dakota]

Idle No More [Canada]

Indian Law Resource Center

Institute for the Advancement of Aboriginal Women (IAAW) [Edmonton]

It Starts With Us [Canada]

Justice for Native Women

Legal Strategy Coalition on Violence Against Indigenous Women (LSC) [Canada]

Lost and Missing in Indian Country

Mending the Sacred Hoop [Minnestoa]

Missing and Murdered: Finding Cleo [Canada]

Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women [Canada]

Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Database

Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women USA

Missing and Murdered: The Unsolved Cases of Indigenous Women and Girls [Canada]

NamUS: National Missing and Unidentified Persons System

National Indian Country Clearinghouse on Sexual Assault

National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center

National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls [Canada]

Native Alliance Against Violence [Oklahoma]

Native Women’s Association of Canada (NWAC)

Native Women’s Society of the Great Plains [South Dakota]

Native Youth Sexual Health Network [US and Canada]

No More Silence [2017 – became It Starts With Us

No More Stolen Sisters [Amnesty Intl MMIW campaign]

Ontario Native Women’s Association (ONWA) [Canada]

Red Wind Consulting, Inc. [Colorado]

Rematriation Magazine

Seven Dancers Coalition [New York]

Southwest Center for Law and Policy

Southwest Indigenous Women’s Coalition [Arizona]

StrongHearts Native Helpline

TAP: Tribal Access Program for National Crime Information

Tribal Database

Uniting Three Fires Against Violence [Michigan]

The Vanished [Washington]

Wabanaki Women’s Coalition [Maine]

Walking With Our Sisters [Canada]

Windspeaker [Alberta news with stories about MMIWG.]

Women Spirit Coalition [Washington]


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