The podcast is a critical examination of the complex issues surrounding specific cases of missing or murdered Indigenous women. Using a mix of investigative journalism, and in-depth interviews we explore the issues that have lead to the epidemic of missing and murdered Indigenous women and the lack of data available to investigators and family.
Thousands of Indigenous women in the United States go missing or are murdered every year at a rate of 2.5 times more than non-native women. In 2018 there were over 5,712 cases of missing or murdered Indigenous women, yet only 116 of those cases were ever reported by the department of justice.
In this documentary, we explore one such case, that of missing 20-year-old, Ashley HeavyRunner Loring