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Mary Kim Titla Speaks About the Plight of MMIW at Anti-Human Trafficking Event

Indigenous people comprise only 1.1% of the United States population, yet they account for nearly 25% of human trafficking victims. This imbalance – and the plight of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women (MMIW) – was the subject of UNITY executive director Mary Kim Titla’s remarks at the It’s a Penalty event held at the Arizona Biltmore on January 25.

She was one of several speakers who attended the kick-off of the organization’s annual anti-human trafficking public awareness campaign ahead of Super Bowl LVII, which will be hosted in Phoenix, Arizona..




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