There is a disproportionate amount of indigenous women going missing or murdered in the United States and Canada. In turn there is also a disproportionate amount of missing and murdered children and men that are Native. This is because of many reasons but sexual violence and trafficking are major causes
This will be a Facebook Live Virtual Event on Wednesday at 6:30. We will be reading out the names that are sent to us calling them home if they are missing and honoring the spirit of their lives if they are murdered.
We also have candles available to light that night. Thay can be picked up at Ulla's, SAFE, Curyung Tribe or village counsels or by emailing Outreach@safebristolbay.org
More info will be added closer to the event
To have the name of a loved one read aloud please email the information to email@example.com
This event will be a walk through grief with stations set out in Dillingham that give you prompts on how to deal with loss and grief. More info will be posted when available.
This has been led by the Curyung Tribe. The Leaders of the Curyung Tribe saw this as an issue that impacted its members along with others in the region. The Department of Justice partnered with the Curyung tribe through operation Lady Justice to create a response in Dillingham and the region.
Bristol Bay Regional MMIP Listening Session via ZOOM
Hosted by Bristol Bay Native Association and Curyung Tribe
Time: May 5, 2021, 1:00 PM Alaska
Meeting ID: 952 0835 4798