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Faith was a young Haliwa-Saponi woman with a bright future ahead of her as a student at UNC Chapel Hill. On September 7, 2012, everything would change. Faith was found murdered in her apartment. Who would want to hurt Faith and why has there still been no justice for her all these years later when there was so much DNA left at the scene? This is Th…
 
April 18, 2017, a day that will forever be etched into the minds of the families of Rhonda Jones, Kristin Bennett, and the lives of many folks in Robeson County. April 18, 2017, the day two women’s lives came to a brutal end. 4 years later we are here to tell you their names, to tell you their story, and to seek the truth.…
 
In the early 2000s Lisa and Michelle were two women found naked, beaten, and left for dead in Lumberton, North Carolina. The details of their cases are horrific and still remain unsolved. Tune in for more details as we continue to look into several murders and disappearances of women in Robeson County, North Carolina. For more information visit: re…
 
26 year old Angela had dreams of becoming a a writer, a journalist, maybe even a nurse...but those dreams were abruptly ended when she was found murdered in a transient camp 2.5 hours away from the reservation where she grew up. Almost three years later and her family is still left to wonder if there will ever be justice for Angela.…
 
In 1997 Debra BlackCrow and her unborn daughter were found murdered In their home. Her murderer was eventually convicted, but 20 years later the justice her family received may be short lived. We need your help: https://www.change.org/p/gavin-newsom-to-reverse-the-parole-grant-for-nonprofits-to-be-held-accountable-for-representing-criminals-w-o-pro…
 
Our podcast, The Red Justice Project, is a true crime show that focuses exclusively on missing and murdered Indigenous people in North America. Our mission is to bring attention to the victims of violent crime within our Native communities. These are the cases the news often won’t tell you, but these are the cases we refuse to forget. Our first epi…
 
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