Healing candlelight vigil for missing and murdered indigenous women

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Andreanne Catt, a youth organizer for Seeding Sovereignty,
says she wanted to begin this movement by starting with healing.
A candlelight vigil was held to bring justice to the murdered and find the missing alive. They shared songs, prayers and words of encouragement, and Catt says this is only the beginning.

Andreanne Catt, organizer, says "I am an indigenous woman and to live day to day out thinking am I going to be next, am I going to be missing next or go murdered next, is nobody going to notice, are anybody going to do anything about it?

Catt says whether indigenous or not, if anyone knows anyone that is missing or being victimized, she encourages all to speak up.