In promoting awareness on sexual and domestic violence, Native Women’s Society of the Great Plains provided information, incidents and resources at a booth at major events throughout the year. Incentives were provided for booth visitors to fill out a short evaluation on sexual assault awareness. The information on the evaluations are used the help membership understand the levels of awareness of sexual violence in their communities. Another feature of the booths is photos of booth visitors with signs on sexual violence awareness, that were posted on the NWSGP social media site. The site has more than 10,000 followers. Information on sexual assault awareness on campus was provided at the American Indian Higher Education Consortium at Minneapolis in March 2016; sexual and domestic violence information during the HeSapa Wacipi Black Hills Pow Wow last fall in October, 2015 at Rapid City, SD and the United Tribes Technical College Tribal Leadership Conference and the UTTC International Pow Wow in Bismarck, ND September 2015. NWSGP hosted the Sing Our Rivers Red (one sided earrings) display which promotes awareness on our Murdered and Missing Indigenous women at the tribal leadership conference.