Learn How to Advocate for Natives and Native Communities.
Why Native Representation and Mascots Matter
September 24, 2020 at 10:00 a.m. Mountain
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Edgar Villanueva & Anthony Tamez discuss the duality of thoughts of investing or divesting from police funding from an indigenous perspective.
Jillene Joseph & Matt Remle speak about ways to fight oppression through direct action and living a life of joy.
Carly Bad Heart Bull & Kevin Killer speak about ways to disrupt the established institutions using proven media, legal and legislative strategies.
Jasha Lyons Echo-Hawk is an advocate committed to educating and empowering others to become engaged in issues including violence against women, criminal justice reform, the need for food sovereignty and quality health care. She'll discuss the role of the 2020 census and vote in bringing power to our communities, and setting a path for success in the future.
Sarah Eagle Heart is an Emmy award winning social justice storyteller, consultant, activist, author, media strategist, and producer who will discuss how YOU can talk about race and social justice issues.
Dr. Twyla Baker is the President of Nueta Hidatsa Sahnish College in North Dakota, and will discuss how Native people, communities and institutions can inspire activism to transform today's society.