Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women News Brief: Families Reunited, Women’s March, Mass Shooting By KUER News • Jan 20, 2020 Elaine Clark / KUER Listen Listening... / 4:58 In Provo, Marchers Draw Attention To Missing And Murdered Indigenous Women By Sonja Hutson • Jan 19, 2020 Sonja Hutson / KUER PROVO — Growing up as a young Navajo girl here, Erin Tapahe would get upset that every time she left the house, her parents fell into the same routine. 2020 Bill Aims At Understanding Utah's Missing And Murdered Indigenous Women Crisis By Kate Groetzinger • Dec 11, 2019 Courtesy Navajo Nation Missing Persons Updates Salt Lake resident Cassandra Begay says her family left the Navajo Nation to escape violence on the reservation. But she wasn’t able to leave the issue behind. 'We Can Do This Together': Navajo Lawmaker Says Families Of Missing, Murdered People Need Help Now By Kate Groetzinger • Nov 29, 2019 Wikimedia Commons GALLUP, N.M. — When Tyrannus White, 41, went missing here in March, his parents ran into a dizzying maze as they sought help from law enforcement to find their son. News Brief: Fertility, Turkeys & Protecting Women And Children By KUER News • Nov 27, 2019 iStock Listen Listening... / 4:29 Wednesday evening, November 27, 2019 Navajo Activists Seek Solutions For Tracking Missing And Murdered Indigenous Women By Kate Groetzinger • Jul 1, 2019 Courtesy Jolene Holgate/Missing and Murdered Dine Relatives Co-coordinator Navajo Nation officials are working to increase efforts to track the number of tribal members who are missing and murdered, as federal legislation to mandate data collection lags in Congress.