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To' Kee Skuy' Soo Ney-Wo-Chek' Year 1 Progress Report: MMIWG2 of Northern California

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Published Date
July, 2020

To’ Kee Skuy’ Soo Ney-Wo-Chek’ means “I will see you again in a good way” in the Yurok language. The To’ Kee Skuy’ Soo Ney-Wo-Chek’ project addresses the severe impact of missing and murdered Indigenous women, girls, and two spirit people (MMIWG2) and trafficking of Native people in Northern California, defined as from the San Francisco Bay Area and Sacramento up to the Oregon border.

This report is the result of over a year of work bringing together voices of survivors, family members of missing and murdered Indigenous women & girls and two spirit people (MMIWG2), tribal court staff, and researchers to fight for justice and safety for Indigenous women and youth in Northern California. Over the course of this report, authors establish the scope and severity of MMIWG2 in Northern California based on our Year 1 findings, drawn from both quantitative and qualitative sources.