Our purpose is clear. As Indigenous women we to tell the stories of our Missing & Murdered Indigenous sisters. This isn't a comedy, we're not here to entertain. We are here to say their names. We are here because their stories matter. We are resilient.
Maggie Jackson, Sheyahshe Littledave, and Ahli-sha "Osh" Stephens, enrolled members of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians and of hosts of “We Are Resilient: A MMIW True Crime Podcast,” bringing awareness to Missing and Murdered and Indigenous Women is a year-round effort. Here, they share with MCI how they’re using their voices to bring the stories of Selena Not Afraid, Brittaney Littledave, Ashlea Aldrich, and others to their community and beyond.
The conversation is for a podcast called "We Are Resilient", a true-crime podcast focusing on missing and murdered Indigenous women, also known as MMIW. Thanks for stopping by Queen City News' YouTube channel! We’re proud to bring you local stories, breaking news, in-depth investigations, Charlotte-area weather, and more!