Kimberly Dudik and Associates, in collaboration with the Snowbird Fund, announced the MMIP Legal Advocacy Program earlier this week.
Jermain Charlo's family still has little in the way of answers, but her case remains open and active.
The walk will start in the morning at the Blackfeet Community College in Browning. It will be followed by a search for Arden Pepion on Saturday afternoon and Leo Wagner on Sunday morning.
Over the past month, conflicting accounts of what happened to Arden Pepion and frustration with how law enforcement has handled her disappearance have become prominent pillars of the case.
The event brought together performers and speakers from multiple community agencies to commemorate the National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls.
A weekend press release from Blackfeet Law Enforcement said about 60 miles of land and river have been covered trying to locate Arden Pepion.
At a demonstration Friday demanding justice for Jermain Charlo, one protester held a sign plastered with a search warrant for Charlo's phone location the night she went missing.
Jermain Charlo’s disappearance will be viewed through the lens of a Montana outsider in a new podcast scheduled to launch Monday.
The pandemic presents unique challenges to documentary filmmaking. Here are three examples of how Missoula filmmakers are forging ahead.
"It’s never too late or too far behind to make a change and stand for justice. There’s always time," said Aleathea Standingrock.
Lauren Small Rodriguez has spent years raising awareness about missing and murdered indigenous women — and she’s not letting up anytime soon.
The Division of Criminal Justice will assist with and review the investigation into Selena Not Afraid's death, after the lead investigating agency requested help.
A candlelight vigil was held outside the Helena Indian Alliance on Sunday evening in honor of Selena Not Afraid and all missing or murdered indigenous women.
A segment on Jermain Charlo's missing persons case aired on Live PD last year yielded about a dozen leads, Missoula Police Detective Guy Baker said. All were dead ends, but the spur in activity has Baker and Charlo's family hopeful for resolution in 2020.
BROWNING — At a tribunal here to record testimony from the families of Indigenous people who have gone missing or been murdered, organizer Bel…
The task force was announced Tuesday, a week after a rally held for 18-year-old Kaysera Stops Pretty Places, who went missing in August and was found dead two days later.
BROWNING — The Blackfeet Nation will host the first-ever Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women tribunal in the U.S. at Blackfeet Community College on Friday and Saturday. The tribunal will record public testimony from MMIW survivors and victims’ families, as well as provide private sessions for witnesses who may be hesitant to share their accounts in a public forum.
Organizers of the first tribunal to be held in the U.S. looking at the problem of missing and murdered Indigenous women said Monday a record-b…
Guy Baker has been having trouble sleeping lately. The 19-year Missoula Police detective assigned to the missing persons case of Jermain Charlo wrestles with the unfamiliar feeling that he's been unable to put all the puzzle pieces together and resolve the case.
The state plans to hire a new specialist by July to help facilitate searches to find missing people, a new approach created in legislation named for a Native American woman who died in 2013 after she was missing for several days.
The state plans to hire a new specialist by July to help facilitate searches to find missing people, a new approach created in legislation nam…
It's difficult to call it a celebration, coming together for the 24th birthday of a woman not seen for 10 months.