American Indian Council
The American Indian Council in solidarity, observes May 5 as National Missing and Murdered Indigenous Peoples Day. You may notice two distinct elements of the MMIP shirt and stickers. The color red is believed to transcend the physical world, thus inviting the protection and guidance of ancient and spiritual relatives as Indigenous men, women, and children go missing and murdered. The hand signifies the silence of those who are missing and murdered , the grief, loss, lack of resources, and accountability that loved ones and communities experience in the wake of the reality of MMIP. Thank you for supporting the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Peoples movement. Please consider supporting these local organizations who advocate for the MMIP movement:

The Fierce Women Warrior Society

MSU Missing and Murdered Indigenous Peoples Student Association:

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Missing & Murdered Indigenous People Tee

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