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By Alyssa Toce Blount
For the Courier 

Missing and Murdered Indigenous Persons


October 12, 2022

Gwendolyne Honrud / The Courier

Alyssa Toce Blount is a senior at Frazer High School. Her face is covered by a red hand print prior to her race at the 53rd Annual Frazer Invitational cross country meet Oct. 4 to draw attention to the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Persons movement. Following is her statement:

The red hand on my face represents Missing and Murdered Indigenous Persons, for all women, men and children. I wanted to do the hand because I feel not a lot of people know what the hand means. People don't see this movement as often as they should. I want to help make this movement more known to people on and off the reservation. When I wore the hand on my face I've got a lot of questioning looks. So hopefully more people will recognize this movement and help spread the word.


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