“Who She Is” tells the story of four individual women caught in the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women (MMIW) epidemic. By bringing these missing women to life on screen, through animation and first-person storytelling, the documentary aims to humanize the people behind the statistics. Audiences will learn each woman’s loves and losses and will come to know their story. Through these women, the documentary shines a light on the wider MMIW epidemic and gendered violence in Wyoming and beyond.
Use code “MUSEUM” on Thursday, May 18 to get tickets before the public.
“THERE ARE THINGS WE DON’T TALK ABOUT. THINGS WE HAVE KNOWN FOR GENERATIONS. WE GO MISSING, OR ARE MURDERED AT DISPROPORTIONATE RATES. WE BECOME NUMBERS … THEN EVEN THE NUMBERS DISAPPEAR. BUT WE ARE PEOPLE, AND WE HAVE LIVED….. EACH ONE OF US HAS LOVED AND IS LOVED. EACH ONE OF US HAS A DIFFERENT STORY.”