The crisis of missing and murdered Indigenous women, girls, two-spirit and trans people affects all of Indian Country. Powerful change could start in Lawrence because of its strong and active intertribal community, activists say.
Community members walked together through downtown Lawrence to show solidarity and raise awareness of the crisis of missing and murdered Indigenous people and the fight to end the historical violence.
A new training module for Kansas law enforcement agencies focusing on investigations of missing and murdered Indigenous people is now available.
Lawrence’s Indigenous Community Center has established a chapter of the MMIWG2ST movement, which calls attention to the epidemic of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls, 2Spirit and Trans people.
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