It is easy for many to keep the idea of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women as isolated; part of their world and, therefore, not our problem. They are sorely mistaken. While indigenous women and girls across the Americas are targeted victims for The Fuckery, they are not the only vulnerable ones that are potential prey. ... Continue Reading →
Why do we shout "Save the Mother!!" but quietly whisper the wish her daughters were 'just born boys' to save them?
Have you forgotten that the mountains talk to each other, that they're braided like roots? That the river you think is dry, isn't? That the wind shifts and spins as well as sand and speaks like the Ancestors do? That their voices--those of the ones you tell the stories to in the dark--can be heard... Continue Reading →
Enforced disappearances. Disappearances of Indigenous women and children from the Americas that are aided and abetted by local, tribal and federal law enforcement agencies across the continent, by those in the highest reaches of the United States and other militaries, private industry, local, state and federal houses of legislature, and government-owned multimillion dollar enterprises. All... Continue Reading →
In a recent news article about the State of New Mexico's MMIW Task Force, there were the repeated calls for more data. Most striking were these words from Mescalero President Aguilar: “Only through task forces like this one, where we can build relationships and share ideas, can we overcome the hurdles that have long stymied... Continue Reading →
The international reach of The Fuckery's movement of disappeared indigenous women from North America goes beyond gaming institutions. It involves the diplomatic corps of the United States, Russia, Japan, China and Kyrgyzstan in the United States, Russia, Japan, China, Morocco, Germany and more. It involves multinational resort and hotel brands that span the globe and... Continue Reading →
There are so many who just want to come home. They are alive. There are so many mothers and brothers who think they're dead. They're not. They are alive. There are so many that have given up the hope of wrapping their arms around daughters and nieces and granddaughters. There are so many who just... Continue Reading →
You know that I know about The Cleaner, right? Por supuesto que sí. Después de todo este tiempo, ¿todavía no entiendes? Ellos me dicen. Los antepasados y Otros me lo dicen.
Last week, I listed Indian casinos that actively participate in The Fuckery, what may be the largest sex trafficking network in the world. I do not know that definitively but their reach includes the following casinos, that where easier, have been separated out by company rather than country: Genting Casinos: UK (Birmingham, London and More),... Continue Reading →
One of the myths about human trafficking is that it's not traditional. However, the phenomenon of human trafficking, particularly that of children and women from Indian Country, is entwined in the histories of indigenous peoples all over, including those in North America. That we've put them 'out of sight, out of mind' physically, educationally, and... Continue Reading →