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Korina Barry Mar 8
Some serious good medicine here at the “Indigenous Women Have Always Been Leaders” gathering. So inspired by the amazing ikwewag in this room. 💕
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AllisonWaukau Mar 8
As a woman don’t be afraid to say: I don’t know what you’re talking about. -Hon Anne Mckeig
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Christina Ewig Mar 8
North-South Dialogue with ⁦⁩ and Jodi Gillette
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Kelly Sam Mar 8
What a powerful panel of Indigenous women today. My heart is full and I’m ready to step up and be the next one in line to break the glass ceiling
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Kelly Sam Mar 8
Use your power as women today and be good to your sisters!
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Lt. Governor Peggy Flanagan Mar 8
Honored to spend with these inspiring women. I’m proud that my daughter is growing up with leaders that look like her. We must continue to lift Indigenous voices up, so the folks affected by policy are at the decision-making table.
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Molly Schuman Mar 8
Excited to be celebrating this International Women's Day by celebrating our strong Indigenous Women. "Native women have been leading our communities since time immemorial"
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Senator Tina Smith Mar 8
Honored to take part in the Indigenous Women Have Always Been Leaders Conference today at the University of Minnesota to celebrate Indigenous women’s leadership. We have a lot of work to do to build upon the progress made by women and I’m ready to do that work.
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BoThaoUrabe Mar 8
We cannot start with colonialism as our women, our peoples’ beginning. We were here before then the settlers came. - Jodi Gillette
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Christina Ewig Mar 8
.⁦⁩ says women trailblazers have responsibilities to model good practices for those that come after
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Erin Kelly-Collins Mar 8
Honored to learn from and celebrate these women who lead from their unique generational and community contexts. Text to add your questions to our discussion!
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BoThaoUrabe Mar 8
Lourdes Tiban Guala asks us to think about how our communities and women will change as Indigenous women rise to leadership outside of the community.
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Megan Red Shirt-Shaw Mar 8
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Korina Barry Mar 8
That’s a lot of bad assery on one stage (& video). Powerful, strong Indigenous women leaders droppin’ matriarchal gems.⚡️🙌🏽
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NativeGov Mar 8
Lourdes Tiban Guala delivers an insightful keynote address about incorporating into politics in Ecuador
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Franklin Urteaga Mar 8
Salute! Raise your glass and join me in toasting to International Women's Day! Celebrating woman power in every corner of the world. My proud moment in the company of these strong women! #
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MplsFedIndianCountry Mar 8
., “Native women often find themselves in trailblazer situations.” celebrates
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Erin Kelly-Collins Mar 8
Wow, y'all. Such powerful and intentional political leaders to learn from for "Women are strong. We hold each other accountable while lifting each other up."
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NativeGov Mar 8
"You are stronger than you think. And it is ok to let people see that strength." at
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Megan Red Shirt-Shaw Mar 8
“Indigenous Women Political Leaders” panel moderated by featuring Melanie Benjamin, , , , &
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