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Panel discusses sexual violence of Native women
Seattle Denim Day: Panel discusses Sexual Violence of Native Women
4/24/201959:22

As part of Seattle Denim Day - Honoring Indigenous Women, a panel discusses Sexual Violence of Native Women. Denim Day is a day to show solidarity with survivors of sexual harassment, abuse, assault and rape by wearing denim.

Panel:

Facilitated by Marta Idowu, Seattle Office for Civil Rights

Chelsea Hendrickson, Pathways to Healing, Cowlitz Indian Tribe

Arlene Red Elk, Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe, Circle of Life Workshop Series Master Designer and Facilitator, Mother Nation 

Norine Hill, Oneida Nation of the Thames, Founder and Executive Director of Mother Nation

Deborah Parker, Activist, Former Vice Chair of Tulalip Tribe, National Indigenous Women's Resource Center

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