Savanna Greywind

"Savannah's Bill" gets first Senate hearing

Oct 25, 2017

U-S Senator Heidi Heitkamp was among those speaking before the Senate Indian Affairs Committee in support of three bills to enhance all levels of Law Enforcement on Indian reservations. Senator Heitkamp says incidents involving Native American Women have reached crisis proportions. Heitkamp spoke to the committee about a bill she introduced last month -- Senate Bill 1942…

United Tribes Technical College

The Tribal Leaders Summit voted to send a letter to North Dakota’s Congressional delegation concerning the murder of a Fargo woman.

Savanna LaFontaine Greywind was eight months pregnant when she disappeared. Her body was found in the Red River. Her live baby was found in her apartment building – in a different apartment.

"We can only hope that legislation will be created to help Native women more than they're protected right now," said United Tribes Technical College president Leander "Russ" McDonald. United Tribes sponsors the annual Tribal leaders summit.

Tribal Leaders Summit may adopt Greywind resolution

Sep 5, 2017
United Tribes Technical College

Those who are attending the 21st annual United Tribes Technical College Tribal Leaders Summit in Bismarck are considering offering a resolution regarding the disappearance and death of a Fargo woman.