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Not Invisible Act Commission delivers report

The first part of November, the national commission of tribal and federal appointees delivered to the administration and Congress the Not Invisible Act Commission report. The 212 page report calls for federal, the government and other organizations to take action together on behalf of the missing, murdered and trafficked people. The report states only through action and effective communication can healing begin. The report “Not One More: Findings and Recommendations of the Not Invisible Act Commission,” was finished after a year of work among the commission members and hearings where families gave testimony of their missing or murdered loved ones.

The full report can be downloaded here.

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