Still Marching: Women in Resistance
Tuesday, August 18 - 6:00 - 7:00 pm AZ/PT
Join the Arizona Historical Society for Women in Resistance, a conversation centered around Indigenous activism featuring activist Rosetta Walker. This deeply powerful conversation will center around the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women movement that has swept the nation. Walker will share her experiences by promoting change and allowing voices to be heard.
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Rosetta Walker resides in Tempe with her husband and daughter and has been an Arizona resident for 25 years. Walker is a community volunteer, advocate and influencer in the Native American community. Walker was a steadfast advocate at the Arizona Legislature during the hearings for House Bill 2570 Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls Study Committee. She attended House and Senate hearings and was present for the signing of the bill into law by Governor Doug Ducey in May 2019.
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