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Indigenous women are disappearing and being murdered at alarming rates throughout the United States.

In Alaska, the troubling and heart-wrenching trend of the disappearance and murders of Alaska Native women is disproportionately higher than some of the lower 48 states.

This crisis is a stark remidner of the complex issues facing Alaska Native communities, including lack of resources, remote geography, and systemic challenges in addressing these cases.

The urgency to address this issue and bring attention to the missing indigenous women in Alaska is more pressing than ever, as their stories demand recognition, justice, and action.

The information we gather is to help raise awareness on this crisis.

Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women in Alaska Fact Sheet
By Alaska Native Women's Resource Center

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