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Native American Heritage Month: Recognizing History and Moving Forward

By Haley Utendorfer and Abhilasha Khatri November 25, 2021

  The Historical Untruths of Thanksgiving  In the United States, students learn the 1621 harvest feast that started Thanksgiving was a peaceful sharing of food between the Pilgrims and the Wampanoag...

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Kincart: We Need More Focus on the Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women Crisis

By Sydney Kincart, Print Chief, Opinion Writer October 5, 2021

  Gabby Petito’s case has dominated the media. Every time I checked social media, I found posts related to the case. And while atrocious, stories like Gabby’s are much more common among Indigenous...

Utah has been specifically identified as one of the states with the highest number of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (Courtesy Flickr)

Barron: Incomplete Data Costs Indigenous Lives. One Utah Legislator Has a Plan to Fill in the Gaps.

By Morgan Barron, Opinion Writer February 29, 2020

  In 2008, the Department of Justice released sickening statistics regarding violence toward Native American women. They found that Native Americans disappear at twice the rate per capita compared...

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The Takeaway Panelists Discuss Troubling Rates of Violence Against Indigenous Women in Utah

By Miacel Spotted Elk, News Writer June 10, 2019

  On June 6, KUER hosted National Public Radio’s "The Takeaway" at the University of Utah's S.J. Quincy Law School. The live event featured a panel discussion about violence against women and...

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