Join us for Feminism & Indigenous Womxn: The Resurgence of the Matriarchy

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Indigenous Environmental Network Facebook LIVE event scheduled for July 30th

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Indigenous Environmental Network

The Indigenous Environmental Network invites you to join us on this full moon for the first of a series of conversations with Indigenous womxn on feminism and what it means for our communities and nations on our Facebook LIVE
on Thursday, July 30th at 6:00 pm CT. 

Enei Begaye will host Indigenous women from across Turtle Island including Charlene Aqpik Apok, Linda Black Elk, Jihan Gearon, and Sandra Moran to explore how Indigenous womxn fit into feminism or if that is even a word we feel included in.

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Feminism & Indigenous Womxn - The Resurgence of the Matriarchy graphic(Image: Indigenous Environmental Network)

Topics we will explore include gender roles and responsibilities, health and reproductive justice, colonization in the systemic disempowerment of Indigenous womxn, Indigenous womxn taking up their power and making a difference, the epidemic of Missing and Murdered Indigenous womxn, environmental destruction and protection -- plus more!

These series are open to the public and we expect respectful interactions and dialogue.

If you come to learn, grow, challenge and celebrate, this is the series for you!

If you can't make the initial viewing this Thursday the video will be uploaded on our YouTube channel to view afterwards.

See you soon. 

About Indigenous Environmental Network

Established in 1990, The Indigenous Environmental Network is an international environmental justice nonprofit that works with tribal grassroots organizations to build the capacity of Indigenous communities. Indigenous Environmental Network’s activities include empowering Indigenous communities and tribal governments to develop mechanisms to protect our sacred sites, land, water, air, natural resources, the health of both our people and all living things, and to build economically sustainable communities.

Learn more here: ienearth.org

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Hison

If we look at the situation in detail, then for the most part feminism is quite destructive and has no basis for its modern interpretation. But it is more relevant in society than ever and there is a demand for it. That is why we were forced to look for information about it at the university and to write a course on this difficult topic. I am very far from it, because it is good that we managed to find examples of essays and other written works that examine the reasons for this here https://studydriver.com/feminism/ , just can read also about why feminism is needed, how it actually works and what postulates are now declared by its representatives. This is also a cross-section of society and we need to understand it.


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