Legacy: Missing/Murdered Indigenous Women & US Structural Violence

Leilani Clark is a native-born Tucsonan of African American and Native American descent from the Navajo and Tewa (Santa Clara Pueblo) nations. She is a community organizer, activist, and immigrant rights advocate. She is currently working to create alternative community responses to violence outside of the criminal justice system with the Roots to Sky: Decolonial Healing Justice Program, is one of the 2019 co-chairs for Take Back the Night Tucson, and is working to further uncover the silenced her-stories of the Tucson Ethnic Studies Movement.

Sponsored by Reed's Sexual Assault Prevention and Response program for Sexual Assault Awareness Month. For more information, contact SAPR advocates at sapradvocates@reed.edu or Rowan Frost at frostr@reed.edu. Free and open to the public.

Friday, April 5, 2019 at 4:00pm to 5:30pm

Psychology, 105
3203 SE Woodstock Blvd, Portland, OR 97202, USA

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Faculty, Students, Alumni, Open to the Public, Staff

Sexual Health, Advocacy, and Relationship Education
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