She’s Gone Missing: The Epidemic You Don’t Hear About

Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women

Friday, November 5 at 6pm


There is an epidemic that no one is talking about outside of Indian Country. When an Indigenous woman goes missing, you don’t hear about it.  Why? 


She’s Gone Missing (The Epidemic You Don’t Hear About): Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women
A Talk by Heather Bruegl, M.A. (Oneida/Stockbridge-Munsee)
Director of Education, Forge Project Fellowship Program

A Co-Presentation by Forge Project & Hudson Hall

Many do not realize that our country is dealing with an epidemic of missing and murdered indigenous women. With numbers so high, why are they so under reported in the media? When they are reported, why are indigenous people so often portrayed in a negative light?  Why do the crimes so often go unsolved? What has the FBI done to help with this epidemic? How do we deal with it all?  

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