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Tribal member Amanda Freeman has been working on a photography project for several years, with the goal of raising awareness for missing and murdered Indigenous people. In the last few months it has reached new heights with the help of the Tribe’s Great Circle Recovery Operations Director Jennifer Worth. Together, along with collaboration from Spirit Mountain Casino, they installed a new billboard along Highway 18 with the words, “How many must go missing before you start to listen?” Smoke Signals talks with Freeman about the story behind this billboard and what she hopes to achieve.

Upcoming MMIP awareness events:
Jan. 13, 2024: Self-defense class
June 1, 2024: MMIP Awareness Walk at Salem Riverfront Park
*More details on these events to be released soon and can be found on the Smoke Signals calendar.*
Tribal member Amanda Freeman has been working on a photography project for several years, with the goal of raising awareness for missing and murdered Indigenous people. In the last few months it has reached new heights with the help of the Tribe’s Great Circle Recovery Operations Director Jennifer Worth. Together, along with collaboration from Spirit Mountain Casino, they installed a new billboard along Highway 18 with the words, “How many must go missing before you start to listen?” Smoke Signals talks with Freeman about the story behind this billboard and what she hopes to achieve. Upcoming MMIP awareness events: Jan. 13, 2024: Self-defense class June 1, 2024: MMIP Awareness Walk at Salem Riverfront Park *More details on these events to be released soon and can be found on the Smoke Signals calendar.* read more read less

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