Carolyn DeFord, Part 1: Missing Mother
This week, in honor of National Native American Heritage Day, we are re-releasing one of our most popular series: our three-part interview with Carolyn DeFord.
Carolyn DeFord—MMIWG advocate, Trafficking Project Coordinator for the Puyallup Tribe of Indians, and founder of Missing and Murdered Native Americans Facebook page has another role: daughter of a missing person. In the first of a three-part series, we hear Carolyn’s story—and that of her mother, Leona LeClair Kinsey.
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