Lori Jump: 'Silence protects violence, and this silence must end'
Indian Country, we must do better to protect and believe our vulnerable young relatives.
Editor’s note: Lori Jump, a longtime victim advocate who is a citizen of the Sault Tribe of Chippewa Indians, gave us permission to reprint her following column. Her call to action is written in context of the widespread news that acclaimed Indigenous artist Walter “Bunky” Echo-Hawk Jr. was arrested in January after a child told Pawnee pol…
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