In Celebration of Indigenous Women: Women’s History Month 2022

The right to lead

Resistance and resilience

Working through a failed system

Standing up against cultural changes

Wilma Mankiller, Cherokee; Karen Diver, Fond du Lac; Cecelia Fire Thunder, Lakota

Why Women’s History Month

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