Without a doubt, raising a Native family is much the same as raising any other family; it is a wondrous experience. Yet today, an unimaginable and tragic crisis is infiltrating the lives of numerous Native American families. Their precious, beloved daughters, mothers, sisters and wives are far too often torn away through acts of violence. Crimes such as abduction, sex trafficking, rape and murder are shockingly common. The manner that so many Native women and girls are disappearing—or are taken—from their loved ones and communities can only be described as a “hidden epidemic.”
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