Episode 151: Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls and Relatives with Dr. Amanda Young


In Episode 151 Ben chats with Dr. Amanda Young. Dr. Young is Hidatsa of MHA Nation as well as an Anishinaabe of Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa, both reservations of North Dakota. Amanda received her PhD in Counseling Psychologist from Oklahoma State in 2022. Her current research embraces the stories of Native women who are leaders within the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls Movement in what’s colonially known as the U.S. She is hopeful this research will help rewrite the narrative of Native women, as we are more than a statistic. Currently, Dr. Young is completing her Postdoctoral Fellowship at Two Feathers Native American Family Services in Humboldt County, CA

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