Virtual Conversation with the Field: Developing Advocacy Responses to MMIW
Over the last decade, the broad awareness of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women (MMIW) as a national issue has increased, but more must be done at all levels to prevent MMIW, support women and their families, and address systemic failures underlying the spectrum of violence against Native women, including MMIW. This virtual Conversation with the Field (CWTF) will provide the space to discuss how to prevent MMIW, how to support women and their families, and address systemic failures.
Details: This will be a 1.5-hour interactive conversation on a Zoom meeting platform. Registered participants will be provided questions in advance to help start our conversation. Registered participants should expect to actively engage and share their experiences in the discussion. Using the registration link below, you can also choose to register for the September 22nd Virtual Conversation with the Field: Revisiting Battered Women: Issues of Public Policy.