From UW Oshkosh, October 13, 2020: (ONLINE) Taking Action for Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women

Hosted by UW Oshkosh Women’s Center, UW Oshkosh and UWO Student Recreation & Wellness


In July 2020, Attorney General Josh Kaul announced the creation of the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Task Force. This announcement was the result of consistent advocacy from activists, service providers, and legislators throughout the state. Join this panel to learn more about the missing and murdered Indigenous women epidemic and action you can take to end violence against Indigenous women and girls. Panelists include:
-Dr. Renee Gralewicz, Peacemaker of the Brothertown Indian Nation and Retired Professor of Anthropology and American Indian Studies at UW Oshkosh Fox Cities.
-Dr. Heidi Nicholls, Guest Lecturer of Cultural Anthropology at UW Oshkosh, Adviser of the Inter-Tribal Student Council and Co-Adviser of the Sisterhood
-Elashia Rosado-Cartagena, Co-President of the Inter-Tribal Student Council at UW Oshkosh

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