MMIWG2S: Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls, and Two-Spirit People Day
Join us for MMIWG2S: Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls, and Two-Spirit People Day, an in-depth panel discussion with exclusively Native people speaking their voices and sharing their stories, focused primarily on the trauma and violence specifically against women, girls, and two-spirit people in Native American residential schools and beyond. Honored guest panelists will include MMIWG2S advocates Rachel Fernandez and Mercedez Reza.
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Honored guest panelists include Rachel Fernandez, an advocate and speaker for the MMIWG2S Coalition to Stop Violence against Native Women movement, has worked with victims of domestic and sexual violence, counseled and advocated for victims of residential school abuse and trauma, and has provided advocacy and support services to the Menominee Tribe of Wisconsin for over a decade.
In collaboration with the College of DuPage Native American Studies Committee and partnering Illinois public libraries.