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Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls Awareness Week

The National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center (NIWRC) has organized a National Week of Action, from April 29, 2021 through May 5, 2021 in honor of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls. Find lists of local and national resources below, as well as ways to take action throughout the week. 

Take Action

Join virtual events and organizing actions in your community, hosted by the National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center.

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Red Dress Exhibit - SUNY Corning

May 3-14
Red dresses will be on display in local communities and in the Gaffer District. Walk through to see the dresses and to learn more about MMIW. The Red dresses are a haunting representation of the many missing Indigenous Women.

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Domestic Violence

The Net, Steuben County 

Salvation Army Safehouse, Chemung County

National Domestic Violence Hotline

Human Trafficking

National Human Trafficking Resource Center

Indigenous Specific Resources

Seven Dancers Coalition, Local

StrongHearts Native Helpline, National 

National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center

Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women (National)



Images on this site were taken by Ashley Lomboy, Waccamaw Siouan Tribe, at Lake Waccamaw State Park of the 2020-2021 Waccamaw Siouan Tribe Ambassadors.


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