Tag: native american women
Here we highlight three Native American women, all from very different regions and with very different histories, who were important to their people.
Mary Annette Pember
The Pathfinder Center is a safe haven for victims of sex trafficking, where they can get the help needed to regain control of their lives.
Chickasaw teacher Merry Monroe has spent the last 47 years helping both Native American students and non-Native students succeed.
Tanya H. Lee
Megan Red Shirt-Shaw is a FIERCE defender of not only indigenous education, but of Native American students, making sure they have an opportunity for higher education.
Native American youth and adults have options other than higher education, though the road to success may be challenging.
Brent Learned, a renowned Cheyenne/Arapaho artist who envisions Native American Body of Art as the start of a Native renaissance.
The Native American Body of Art is a first-of-its-kind exhibition to open in Oklahoma City featuring nude art by Native American artists.
Claudia Kauffman will run for Port of Seattle Commissioner – a $650 million a year pubic business managing Seattle’s seaport, airport and real estate.
Debra Utacia Krol
The Pascua Yaqui Tribal Court made history by successfully prosecuting the first non-Indian in a trial under the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) on May 9.
The Tulalip Tribes is a strong, influential Indigenous Nation – one of the largest sources of jobs in its region and a political force to be reckoned with.
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