Shaping the Future of Organizing: Applying the Lessons Learned from Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Organizers:
Participants will be provided with an overview of the strategies employed by organizers from the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women’s Movement in Canada and connect the dots to the experiences of survivors of color in the United States. Our virtual panel will then utilize the successes, challenges and lessons learned from the Indigenous organizers to create a framework to address violence against Women of Color in the US.
Join us for this virtual roundtable as we envision the way forward for victims of crime from communities of color. Moderated by Zoe Flowers, featuring panelists Junetta Jamerson and Annika Leonard.
• Junetta Jamerson
• Annika Leonard
• Zoë Flowers