Thousands of Native Americans are murdered, missing and forgotten.
Among them is Comanche Tribal Member Ci'lina Deloney.
Her family doesn't want her murder forgotten.
Her body was dumped three years ago on a road near Lawton.
It happened just hours after she reached out to her mother for help.
Ci'lina's mother, Renea Toahty says, "She said thank you mommy..I love you. And I said I love you too, baby. And that was the last time I heard my daughter's voice."
Tonight at on 2 Works for You at Ten, we'll explore what was happening in C'lina's life and what's being done now to find her killer.
As we begin a series of stories about the Forgotten Faces of Missing and Murdered Indigenous People.
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