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Indigenous Genocide: Surviving eradication, assimilation and incarceration presented by Tosha Big Eagle. (Multi-access Tish)
May 6 @ 9:00 am - 9:50 am EDT
Indigenous Genocide: Surviving eradication, assimilation and incarceration presented by Tosha Big Eagle.
Tosha is the president of the board of witness and the co-founder of the Development of Indigenous Relations at Witness to Mass Incarceration.
Here is link to herb pic and bio at Witness website https://www.witnesstomassincarceration.org/about
ABOUT TOSHA: Tosha Big Eagle is completing her first year in Prevention Science Doctoral program at Washington State University Vancouver. Her research interests include health equity, substance use and co-occurring disorders, harm reduction, mass incarceration and Indigenous Ways of Knowing. The focus for her research surrounds adult indigenous and BIPOC groups and other vulnerable/marginalized populations. Tosha works at Clark College in Vancouver, WA as Program Support Supervisor. She assists students from marginalized populations with higher education and resources. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling, reading novels, community involvement, and spending time with her loved ones. She is a wife, mother of two small children.
Multi-access Tishes are held at 9:00 a.m. ET on Shabbat in the SAJ Social Hall in person and also can be attended using the Zoom room listed below.
SAJ members often arrive 10 minutes early at the Social Hall and on Zoom to enjoy schmoozing.
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- Meeting ID: 964 139 778
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