Artist Loretta Gould #WhyWeWearRED Scarf
Join National Day of Awareness to Commemorate Missing and Murdered Native Women and Girls – May 5th
The COVID- 19 pandemic stay at home orders hasn’t stopped MMIWG #WhyWeWearRED Awareness in fact #WhyWearWearRED is more urgent now then ever.
Facts: Women and children are at home with their abusers due to pandemic. Human Trafficking is still happening No More Stolen Sisters.
Red Nation Celebration Institute’s Native Women in FILM Call to Action #WhyWeWearRED official COVID-19 Awareness effort.
Justice for American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian women and their children, by bringing awareness to this critical issue. Missing and murdered Native women and girls and the lack of inclusion of Native Women in Film & Television are inextricably linked.
‘When we don’t see Native women in media, and not seen in the bigger picture, it implies that we don’t matter, that our lives don’t matter. I’m a survivor of sexual assault. I was kidnapped, held hostage, drugged to unconscious for 10 days. At a moment of consciousness, I begged them to let me go. I am here to tell my story and speak for the ones who can’t.’ – Joanelle Romero
#WhyWeWearRED brings together survivors and Indigenous communities to heal and visualize a better world free from sexual harassment and violence.
Women and Girls are Sacred
We believe that we can continue to build strong support and action around MMIWG #WhyWeWearRED but only with your help.
Please join us for the following activities:
- May 5 National Day of Awareness
- Congresswoman Deb Haaland teamed up with Native Women in FILM #WhyWeWearRED in January 2018 with an effort to bring awareness #MMIWG #WhyWeWearRED
- Download the #WhyWeWearRED MMIWG poster
- Share a photo of yourself with hashtag #WhyWeWearRED on your hand or over your month and/or wearing red and/or traditional attire. Social Media Posts
- Participate in our #WhyWeWearRED Twitter Storm and Instagram Storm– Pacific Time Zone Tuesday, May 5, starting 4pm to May 6th ending at midnight. LETS DO THIS !!! Please use hashtags: #WhyWeWearRED, #NoMoreStolenSisters, and #MMIWG.
- Somebody’s Daughter Trailer and Social Media Posts of Screening February 2020
- Month of May Awareness
- Year Round Awareness
- Access #WhyWeWearRED Social Media Coalition Partners
- Watch | Native Women in FILM United State of Women Super Powers PSA One PSA Two PSA Three
- Tag the Native Women in FILM & Television #WhyWeWearRED on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram in your efforts to raise awareness for MMIWG #WhyWeWearRED.
- Native Women in FILM #WhyWeWearRED In the News
Thank you for your continued support, participation, and for the work that you do in each of your communities to raise awareness for missing and murdered Native women and girls.
Native Women in FILM & Television #WhyWeWearRED is a program of Red Nation Celebration Institute (RNCI), the longest standing Native Arts and Cultural nonprofit in the City of Los Angeles, founded in Santa Fe New Mexico in 1995.