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Lunchbox Series: Indigenous Feminism and Decolonization

When: Fri., March 9, 12-1:30 p.m. 2018

Join Dr. Cutcha Risling Baldy along with community members and students as they share what indigenous feminism has looked like over five centuries in North America. Part of the Zero to Fierce Women's Festival. Women have traditionally been a part of tribal leadership, but their oppression has ranged from colonizers’ non-acknowledgement (of their leadership) it to rape and violence, and (the) lack of offender consequences in the criminal justice system. She will talk about the resilience of Native Women, contemporary art and performance and the revitialization of woman’s coming-of-age ceremonies. $7 includes lite lunch

Price: $7, includes light lucnh

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