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Running for Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women

Rosalie Fish is a Native American collegiate runner, member of the Cowlitz Tribe, and activist. As a senior at Muckleshoot Tribal School in Washington State, Rosalie made international headlines when she painted a red handprint over her mouth, the fingers extending across her cheeks, to honor the lives of missing and murdered Indigenous women. Rosalie has used her platform to speak on the subjects of missing and murdered Indigenous women, youth empowerment, suicide prevention, and Indigenous representation. 


The Whitman community is welcomed to join us for a Q&A discussion led by IPECC on Monday, November 23rd at 4 pm.

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Register to receive the zoom link here: https://whitman.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_FDyd6wm5RVe1EQ47kJhtFw 

Monday, November 23, 2020 at 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm

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Faculty, Staff, Students

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Intercultural Center, Academic, Academic Theme

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