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Bring Her Home

Bring Her Home follows three Indigenous women – an artist, an activist, and a politician – as they fight to vindicate and honor their missing and murdered relatives who have fallen victims to a growing epidemic across Indian country. Despite the lasting effects from historical trauma, each woman must search for healing while navigating racist systems that brought about this very crisis.

Bring Her Home

56m 10s

Bring Her Home follows three Indigenous women – an artist, an activist, and a politician – as they fight to vindicate and honor their missing and murdered relatives who have fallen victims to a growing epidemic across Indian country. Despite the lasting effects from historical trauma, each woman must search for healing while navigating racist systems that brought about this very crisis.

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    Bring Her Home

    56m 10s

    Bring Her Home follows three Indigenous women – an artist, an activist, and a politician – as they fight to vindicate and honor their missing and murdered relatives who have fallen victims to a growing epidemic across Indian country. Despite the lasting effects from historical trauma, each woman must search for healing while navigating racist systems that brought about this very crisis.

Extras + Features

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    BHH Test

    7m 31s

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    Extended Trailer

    2m

    Bring Her Home follows three Indigenous women – an artist, an activist, and a politician – as they fight to vindicate and honor their missing and murdered relatives who have fallen victims to a growing epidemic across Indian country. Despite the lasting effects from historical trauma, each woman must search for healing while navigating racist systems that brought about this very crisis.

  • The Search: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    The Search

    1m 30s

    N.D. Rep. Ruth Buffalo (Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation) recounts her experience searching for Savanna LaFontaine-Greywind in Fargo, North Dakota. In August 2017, the Greywind family put a call to action on social media when their eight-month pregnant daughter went missing. Savanna was a member of the Spirit Lake Sioux Tribe.

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    Trailer

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    Bring Her Home follows three Indigenous women – an artist, an activist, and a politician – as they fight to vindicate and honor their missing and murdered relatives who have fallen victims to a growing epidemic across Indian country. Despite the lasting effects from historical trauma, each woman must search for healing while navigating racist systems that brought about this very crisis.

  • Angela Two Stars' Artwork, "Out There": asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Angela Two Stars' Artwork, "Out There"

    1m 30s

    Artist Angela Two Stars (Sisseton Wahpeton Dakota) shares an art piece by James D. Autio entitled "Out There" that was a part of the first annual "Bring Her Home" art exhibition that brings awareness to violence against Native women. "Out There" is a reminder to Angela about her grandmother's story and its connection to the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women epidemic.

  • Protest at the Governor's Mansion: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Protest at the Governor's Mansion

    1m 30s

    In 2020, Activist Mysti Babineau (Red Lake Nation) attends the "Choose Your Line 3 Legacy, Governor Walz" event head at the governor's mansion in St. Paul, MN to bring attention to the connection between Line 3 and MMIW. During Mysti's speech, she warns that Line 3 could potentially increase sex trafficking around construction site areas that are close to Ojibwe reservations.

  • Women Are Life Givers: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Women Are Life Givers

    1m 30s

    N.D. Rep. Ruth Buffalo (Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation) prepares to attend the 2020 Minneapolis Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women rally and march that brings attention to this epidemic. Coming from a matriarchal people, Ruth believes that once a Native woman goes missing, it ends the lifeline for a clan to continue.

  • Using Art to Inspire and Advocate for Change: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Using Art to Inspire and Advocate for Change

    1m 30s

    Angela Two Stars (Sisseton Wahpeton Dakota) searches for her identity as an artist and it wasn't until she was invited to curate the "Bring Her Home" art exhibition where she connected her family's story to the larger story of the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women epidemic. The goal of the "Bring Her Home" show is to not only bring awareness to MMIW but to inspire and advocate for change.

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