“Somebody’s Daughter is a both hauntingly beautiful and emotionally devastating film and should be recognized as one of the most important documentaries made on not only Missing and Murdered Indigenous women (MMIW), but also on Indian Country in the twenty-first century.”

Join us on October 30th at the Everett Public Library as Indivisible Skagit, Snohomish County Indivisible, Indivisible Whidbey, and Indivisible Bellingham, debut a film that brings this issue to the forefront.

FREE tickets are available through Eventbrite:…/somebodys-daughter…

The issue of MMIW has grown into an epidemic throughout the US and Canada. Women and girls have become a target for predators who are predominantly white men. In addition, the failure of law enforcement to bring justice to these women and girls, in addition to their friends and families only furthers the harm done to them.

According to the Urban Indian Health Institute division of the Seattle Indian Health Board, “Washington State rated second-highest in the Nation for missing Indigenous women cases in urban centers and Seattle rated first among cities nation-wide in MMIWG cases, with Tacoma rating 7th. Trailer: