In honor of all our lost sisters, this series reminds us of the indigenous women taken by a system of violent crime. With each pipeline project comes an influx of non-native oil workers. These man camps have devastated communities. Native women, who are already 2.5 times more likely to be sexually assaulted, are especially vulnerable as the 1978 Supreme Court case Oilphant v. Suquamish stripped tribes of the right to prosecute non-natives who perpetrate crimes on reservations. Silenced by a black handprint across her mouth, gripping her throat, and clawing at her dress, this woman shows the violence that passes from generation to generation.