Indigenous Feminism: Stories of Identity and Stereotypes

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Stoughton Public Library (Carnegie Room)

Zoom recording available here!

A panel of Indigenous women and femmes from throughout the Midwest will talk about their leadership roles and work in the community as well as the challenges of Indigeneity in colonized society. The goal of this program is to address stereotypes of Native femininity and these connections to the international epidemic of MMIW (missing and murdered Indigenous women). Registration is not required, but sign up here for an email reminder if you like.

Panelist biographies

This event is part of the #RippleProject, a year-long series of free humanities programs focused on equity in Dane County public libraries. Learn more at www.beyondthepage.info/ripple-project 

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Indigenous Feminism: Stories of Identity and Stereotypes. Photos of presenters: nibiiwakamigkwe, Shelley Buffalo, Matilde Cachiguango Muenala. Stoughton Public Library. November 12th, 2pm. Logos: Beyond the Page, National Endowment for the Humanities, Madison Community Foundation, Mosaicos, Stoughton Public Library.
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