Indigenous Connections Roundtable: Perspectives of a Community Activist

 

In this session we’ll hear from Jordan Marie Brings Three White Horses Daniel on her role as a community activist for Indigenous communities. We’ll learn how she came into this role and hear about a few of the causes she advocates for, such as using running as a communication platform, Missing Murdered and Indigenous Relatives, and if time permits, environmental justice efforts.

About Our Presenter, Jordan Marie Brings Three White Horses Daniel:

Jordan Marie Brings Three White Horses Daniel – Kul Wičasa Lakota, a citizen of Kul Wičasa Oyate (Lower Brule Sioux Tribe) as well as a passionate and devoted advocate for Indian Country and all people. Nationally known for her advocacy and grassroots organization for anti-pipelines/climate justice efforts, change the name/not your mascot, the epidemic and crisis of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Relatives (MMIR), Justice – Equity – Diversity – Inclusion efforts, filmmaking, and native youth initiatives. Her experience in grants and project management, policy, blogging, public speaking,  and organizing has been leveraged by both not-for-profit and for-profit organizations in the areas of environmental sustainability, access to quality healthcare, MMIR, the Violence Against Women Act, and a variety of other causes.

Who Should Attend:  We welcome any Department of the Interior staff and partners, and anyone else who may be involved with tribes or who wish to learn more about working with tribes.

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Contact:  For Closed Captioning or technical questions:  Jennifer Hill 240.772.0393 or jennifer_hill@fws.gov

Event date and time
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Event location name
VIRTUAL

Event category

Presentation
Audience(s)
Tribal
Age range
Middle/Junior High (Grades 6-8), High School (Grades 9-12), Young adult, Adult, Senior (14 and up)