A blog about the many missing, murdered, and unidentified Indigenous women of North America.

Makoons MIller-Tanner (aka Sister Scythe) was interviewed by Mary Annette Pember for two articles she did regarding missing and murdered indigenous women in the United States. The articles were for Indian Country Today. There are located here and here.

Sister Scythe (founder of JFNW) did a Q&A session with Tokii Wearable Therapy in April 2016. They did this in conjunction with their line of products for the cause of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women.


Please support the wonderful work of Janet Franson and her webteam at the Facebook page Lost and Missing in Indian Country. LMIC covers not only the cases of missing Native women and girls, but men and boys as well. Janet also is able to help families who have a missing relative with no existing DNA profile in the system. DNA profiles make it much easier for unidentified remains to be identified. If you are the relative of a missing person who does not have an existing DNA profile you may fill out this form to get the ball rolling.

JFNW In the Media

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