Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Awareness Week: May 3-8, 2020
The City of Portland's Tribal Relations Program, Portland State University's Institute of Tribal Government, and many incredible organizations have come together in support of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Awareness Week 2020: Strengthening the Safety Net.
Please join us this week in raising awareness of this pervasive issue impacting our communities. Event information included below or can be found on the MMIWPDX Facebook Event Page.
See Mayor Ted Wheeler's blog about #MMIWPDX.
Fact sheet about the MMIW movement.
A one-pager with information about the MMIW movement.
Panelist conversation about how to be advocates for missing and murdered indigenous people.
May 5th | 3:00-5:00 PM - Luhui Whitebear & Asa Wright in Conversation: Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women's Day
Livestreamed conversation with Luhui Whitebear and Asa Wright on art, activism, and the MMIW movement.
Tune in to watch the Portland City Council pass a resolution marking May 5, 2020 as MMIW Awareness Day in Portland, Oregon.
Webinar addressing the issues of sex trafficking and domestic violence in urban and reservation communities.
A panel aimed at educating law enforcement professionals and community members on the complicated matrix of the jurisdiction in Indian Country.
Unwind from your week with Powwow Yoga from Acosia Red Elk!
Presenting updates on projects started Sun, May 3rd and reflect on the past week.