Ponca Tribe to offer a FREE conference on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls this fall | Ponca Tribe of Nebraska

Ponca Tribe to offer a FREE conference on Missi...

Ponca Tribe to offer a FREE conference on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls this fall

The Ponca Tribe of Nebraska Domestic Violence Program will be holding a free conference on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls September 4th from 9 am-4 pm at the NECC South Sioux City Campus. Keynote Speaker: Amber Webb, Yup’ik artist from Dillingham Alaska with Qaspeq Project Tapestry of faces of MMIWG. Also speaking: Kim Carpenter, Prison Advocacy Coordinator, Nebraska Coalition to End Sexual & Domestic Violence; Carmen O’Leary, Native Women’s Society; Angie Walker, sharing a personal story of her sister-in-law’s disappearance.

While admission is free, seating is limited to 50 people. For more information or to register, please contact Donna Wolff at 402.371.8834, ext. 111, 402.940.2463, or dwolff@poncatribe-ne.org.

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