Updated: Aug 9, 2020
TRIGGER WARNING: This episode contains subject matter about rape and sexual assault. If you are feeling particularly sensitive to those topics, we recommend listening when you feel comfortable, safe, and ready.
Resolve is part of an ongoing series about Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women in Alaska created in partnership with Affinity Films, a non-profit media organization based in Anchorage, Alaska. This episode features Anna Sattler sharing her story about rape and sexual assault.
"Justice for me would be for him to live out the rest of his life in prison. He was going to kill me that night. There's no doubt about it." - Anna Sattler
Anna Sattler grew up in remote rural Alaska, in the villages of Tuntutuliak, Platinum, Bethel and Kwethluk. Through her Yup’ik heritage, she has family ties throughout rural Alaska, which contribute to the work she does as Community Liaison for Alaska Village Electric Cooperative and with her personal video and TV business featuring Alaska Native culture and cuisine; Anna's Alaska.