Update on Navajo women who traveled to Washington D.C to raise awareness for missing and murdered indigenous people

PITTSBURG, Kan. – KOAM’s Keri Worthen caught up with a familiar face today during a phone interview with advocate for indigenous people, Seraphine Warren.

Seraphine Warren traveled through the four states on her way to Washington D.C. earlier this summer.

 

She left her aunt’s front porch on June 15th, 2022, and started walking to raise awareness of missing and murdered indigenous people.

Warren met many people along the way and shared her story and inspiration for starting the journey with everyone she met.

Warren says praying and connecting with the earth helped her reach her destination in Washington on October 9th, 2022.

Now, Warren is on her way back home, however, she is not done with her mission.

Warren says she wants to help people whose lives and livelihoods are affected by missing and murdered relatives.

Warren says all donations help her visit search areas, acquire equipment and tools to better serve families, raise awareness on billboards, and much more.

To help you can visit the link here to donate.

Previous article