The conversation surrounding missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls (MMIWG) had been getting louder over the course of 2021, but the Gabby Petito case in September brought it to a head. Gabby Petito went missing and was subsequently found dead in Wyoming’s Grand Teton National Park. And while what happened to Petito was incredibly tragic, it also shone a light on “missing white woman syndrome” and began a national discussion on how women of color and MMIWG’s stories often don’t get the same coverage. With over four in five Indigenous women experiencing violence from a non-Indigenous attacker in their lifetime, this is a crisis that demands and deserves our immediate attention. In light of that, this space is dedicated to Indigenous women and girls and for those seeking justice for MMIWG, fighting against the crisis of violence.