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Washington is 2nd in the U.S. for missing and murdered Indigenous women; have recent efforts made headway?

Julian C. Ankney of the Nez Perce Tribe heard stories since she was a child that Indigenous people go missing at higher rates. The statistics showed Indigenous people go missing at a rate 10 times the national average. In 2018, Ankney’s then-26-year-old brother vanished from an Idaho mall.
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Source: The Columbian

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