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Two In-Person 5K Run/Walk options to be held May 6, 2023
One In-Person 5K Run/Walk option to be held May 7, 2023

Group Prayer, community run. Safe, scenic and plenty of parking space.

Funds raised will go to Rising Hearts

Rising Hearts is an Indigenous-led grassroots organization committed to the heart work in elevating Indigenous voices,  promoting and supporting intersectional collaborative efforts across all movements with the goals of racial, social, climate, and economic justice. Our primary focuses are to inform, elevate, mobilize, and organize through strategic and targeted advocacy, establishing collaborative partnerships to help create a better and safer future and environment for all of our relatives who inhabit this planet, past, present, and future. 

Funds from this virtual run will help support the Running on Native Lands Initiative, Indigenous Wellness through Movement Series, Advocacy and community organizing efforts for 2021, delivering masks and supplies to relatives and communities in need until everyone is safe and no longer in a pandemic, Running with Purpose community club team and planning for collaborative events in May 2021 for National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and relatives.

Sovereign Bodies Institute

Sovereign Bodies Institute (SBI) is a home for generating new knowledge and understandings of how Indigenous nations and communities are impacted by gender and sexual violence, and how they may continue to work towards healing and freedom from such violence. In the spirit of building such freedom, SBI is strongly committed to upholding the sovereignty of all bodies Indigenous peoples hold sacred--our physical bodies, nations, land, and water--and does not accept grants from colonial governments or extractive industries. Similarly, SBI’s work is not limited by colonial borders, concepts of gender, politics of identity or recognition, or ways of knowing. SBI honors the epistemologies and lifeways of indigenous peoples, and is bound by accountability to the land, our ancestors, and each other.

Alaska Native Women's Resource Center

This curriculum was developed in partnership by three sister organizations: the Alaska Native Women’s Resource Center (ANWRC), National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center (NIWRC), and the Indian Law Resource Center (ILRC). It is an important component of the future resources that AKNWRC will offer to Alaska Native Villages. This project was funded by the Office on Violence Against Women, United States Department of Justice.

The AKNWRC seeks to transform prior and current curriculums offered to Alaska Native Villages by compiling the collective knowledge of our villages, the violence experienced in them, and our experiences as Alaska Native women. This approach is a grassroots process of increasing the self-reliance of villages, given the reality that most lack resources to address the current epidemic of violence and that three-quarters of all Alaska Native Villages lack any law enforcement services.

National Indigenous Women's Resource Center

NIWRC is a Native-led nonprofit organization dedicated to ending violence against Native women and children. The NIWRC provides national leadership in ending gender-based violence in tribal communities by lifting up the collective voices of grassroots advocates and offering culturally grounded resources, technical assistance and training, and policy development to strengthen tribal sovereignty.

THEIR MISSION: Our mission is to provide national leadership to end violence against American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian women by supporting culturally grounded, grassroots advocacy.

THEIR VISION: Restoration of sovereignty and safety for Native women.

This is our 2nd year in supporting NIWRC - through Jordan's 28-mile prayer run last year, the virtual content and discussions we helped to organize, raised funds for NIWRC - we are honored to do it again & for you to be part of it!

“The sheer scale of the violence resulting in missing and murdered Indigenous women (MMIW) with the groundswell of survivor families, advocates and tribal leaders, and the abysmal failure by the government to adequately address it, partially explains why the MMIW issue has reached national attention and action. That is why tribal self-determination and sovereignty must continue to be restored with adequate resources provided to implement tribally based solutions for the protection, safety and healing of their citizens and Native women, who stand as the heart of their nations.” -Rose M. Quilt, Yakama, NIWRC Director of Policy and Research


May 5th What is it?
May 5th as a National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Native Women and Girls.

A congressional resolution to designate May 5th as a National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Native Women and Girls has been introduced. The resolution was drafted in memory of Hanna Harris (Northern Cheyenne) who was murdered July, 2013. The resolution was first introduced in April 2016 on the same day that RoyLynn Rides Horse (Crow) passed away after having been beaten, burned, and left in a field to die. Nearly 200 tribal, national, and state organizations supported this resolution. To learn more about the work that went into this visit 

On May 5, 2018, the United States Senate passed a co-sponsored resolution to declare May 5th, a National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Womxn. This includes our 2 Spirits, girls, boys, men, elders, LGBTQ, non-binary relatives & relatives with disabilities all relatives. This epidemic is across Indian Country on Turtle Island and expands beyond colonial borders.

In 2016, 5,712 Indigenous women and girls were reported missing only 116 were logged into the Department of Justice database. That is UNACCEPTABLE!
- 3rd leading cause of death murder
- UIHI identified 506 cases of MMIWG across 71 selected urban cities, 75% of the cases had no Tribal affiliation listed.
- 66 of the 506 cases were tied to domestic and sexual violence
- 4 in 5 will experience sexual/domestic violence/violence in their lifetime

- Lack of accurate representation within the data
- Institutionalized racism / racism in general /systems of oppression / stereotypes / lack of action from law enforcement, governmental agencies (state and federal_
- Lack of proper training with Law Enforcement and Government
- Not enough representation from families and advocates on Taskforce's, Operation Lady Justice and involvement in policy.

Urban Indian Health Institute Missing And Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls Report
Sovereign Bodies Institute Reports
Sovereign Bodies Institute Webinars
Tribal Law and Policy Institute
Urban Indigenous Collective: MMIWGT2S NYC+
Seeding Sovereignty


@niwrc / @sovereignbodies / @threesisterscollective / @native_women_running / @mmiwhoismissing / @restoringancestralwinds / @urbanindianhealthinstitute / @urbanindigenouscollective / @sunny_redbear / @seedingsovereignty

Tribal Law & Policy Institute

Native Women's Society of the Great Plains


Support legislation centered on ending this violence

Follow hashtags: #NotInvisible / #MMIR / #MMIW / #MMIWG / #MMIWG2S / #MMIP

Follow my saved HIGHLIGHTS to learn more about MMIR via my IG - @nativein_la


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