Native leaders say the Trump's administration's plans to address the crisis of murdered and missing Indigenous women and girls fall short if lawmakers won't recognize tribal authority or VAWA protections.
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I am proud to be one of ten trans artists of color who contributed to this year's Trans Day of Resilience art project, an extension of Trans Day of Remembrance.
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A vote confirming Sarah Pitlyk is a vote against women of color’s agency, health, and rights.