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Haseya Advocate Program works to address violence against Native survivors of domestic and sexual violence.

Haseya's vision is that every American Indian/Alaska Native woman will be treated with respect, honored as a sacred being, and have a safe and peaceful life.
As we heal ourselves, we heal our ancestors, and transform the future of our children
Dr Corrine Sanchez
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Indigenous women lead Colorado Springs Womxn's March

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KKTV) - Thousands of people showed up to downtown Colorado Springs for the Womxn's March on Saturday.

This year the "e" in women was changed to an "x" to be more inclusive. There were speeches, lots of chanting, and lots of signs. The main takeaway was inclusion and representation for all women. But many people were there to share a more specific message.

At the front of the line were dozens of indigenous women with a red hand marks over their faces and red signs. On those red signs were names and pictures of missing and murdered indigenous women.
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Colorado Springs rally supports Indigenous women

According to the Haseya Advocate Program, indigenous women face domestic abuse more often than women of other ethnicities.

A rally downtown Sunday brought attention to how to help them. The group says 6,000 indigenous women are missing or have been murdered, and it’s not talked about enough.

More than 80% of indigenous women have experienced some sort of violence in their lives.
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Oh woman, remember who you are. Woman, it is the whole earth
Joy Harjo