Won the Avery Healthcare and The Arts Award, 2019 Fl3tch3r Exhibit, Socially & Politically Engaged Art, Johnson City, TN. Indigenous women and girls, a group who are socially, economically and politically marginalized, are disproportionately targets for hatred and violence. 84% report domestic or sexual abuse at some point in their lives. And indigenous women are five to seven times more likely than other women in the US to die as the result of violence. Underlying factors are poverty, living near pipeline developments which house many "man camps", moving from the reservations into cities where they become "lost" in the general population. Until recently, there was no data base in the US for these women. In 2016, 5,712 cases of Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG) were reported on newly formed US data base. However, of these 5,712, only 116 cases were logged into the Department of Justice (DOJ). There is a significant need for a comprehensive response to discrimination and violence against these indigenous women and girls.