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Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Protest 

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Kris Nagel
Two young activists march near the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office on Sept. 9. The event was organized by the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women (MMIW) group in Humboldt County.
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Lydia West asked for a task forced dedicated to solving these disappearances. West is an organizer with the MMIW group based in Oklahoma and lives in Lake County.
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Cody Collins holds a sign that reads, “Justice 4 Our People.” He was part of a large crowd of activists hoping to bring attention to the missing and murdered indigenous people in Humboldt County.
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Michael Frank stands near the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office on Sept. 9 holding a sign that says, “Justice 4 Tawny.” Frank says that his girlfriend was close to Tawny May.
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Michele Patino (top right), Aliyah Conrad (front), and Fawn Bussell hold signs near the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office reminding the community of Virgil Bussel who was reported missing this March after his family discovered his abandoned truck.
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Jesse Armstrong, organizer with the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women (MMIW) group in Humboldt, wears a red handprint painted over his mouth which is a symbol of the MMIP movement.
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Hunter Irvin (front), brother of Tawny May holds a sign remembering Andrea Jerri Chick White who went missing in 1991.
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Veronica Jones holds signs asking for justice for those who are missing or murdered.
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Kris Nagel
Two young activists march near the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office on Sept. 9. The event was organized by the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women (MMIW) group in Humboldt County.

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