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It is well-documented that women in tribal communities experience a significantly higher rate of domestic violence and human trafficking throughout the United States. To confront that reality, tribal communities have established organizations dedicated to understanding and implementing the law to better protect women and prevent these criminal acts.

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MIWSAC and Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM)

Posted by Minnesota Indian Women's Sexual Assault Coalition on Tuesday, April 7, 2020

MIWSAC Welcomes in Sexual Assault Awareness Month and Our New Digital Workplace Updates. This short Facebook Live will have MIWSAC announcing SAAM Webinar Wednesdays and the various topics, dates, and e-Events for April 2020.

Sexual Assault Awareness Month and Tools During COVID

Posted by Minnesota Indian Women's Sexual Assault Coalition on Wednesday, April 15, 2020

MIWSAC Welcomes in Sexual Assault Awareness Month and Our New Digital Workplace Updates. This short Facebook Live will have MIWSAC announcing SAAM Webinar Wednesdays and the various topics, dates, and e-Events for April 2020.

The Role of Masculinity in Addressing Gender-Based Violence

Posted by Minnesota Indian Women's Sexual Assault Coalition on Wednesday, April 15, 2020

This panel will discuss the role of masculinity in addressing gender-based violence and the responsibilities men carry in their communities to support Survivors, and how to work towards ending sexual violence.

Native Youth Leadership

Posted by Minnesota Indian Women's Sexual Assault Coalition on Wednesday, April 22, 2020

This online discussion will spotlight the role of youth activism and advocacy in addressing gender-based violence in our communities, relationship, and Mother Earth. Let’s listen to youth discuss what their work means to then; their successes, challenges, inspirations, and what adults can do to support their mission to create a better world for all. We will link connections of youth activism and advocacy to ending violence in what ways these issues intersect with Sexual Assault Awareness Month and other gender-based violence.

Let’s Talk About Healthy Sexuality

Posted by Minnesota Indian Women's Sexual Assault Coalition on Wednesday, April 29, 2020

Sexuality is one aspect that makes up a person’s well-being, but we don’t often have the safe space to talk about it.  Anna Goldtooth and Tamika-Jo Andy will share their experience of promoting healthy sexuality in the Native community. The discussion will include concrete tools and resources to help facilitate conversation around sexuality, including consent and healthy relationships.

The First Sexual Assault Survivors

Survivors Memorial Dedication Ceremony

Join us in celebrating the nation's first permanent Memorial to Survivors of Sexual Violence. More info at: www.survivorsmemorial.org. If you need support, please call The National Sexual Assault Hotline, 1-800-656-HOPE (4673), to be connected with a trained staff member from a sexual assault service provider.

Posted by Break the Silence Day on Saturday, October 10, 2020

The First Sexual Assault Survivors Memorial in the United States Dedication.

Join us in celebrating the nation’s first permanent Memorial to Survivors of Sexual Violence. More info at: www.survivorsmemorial.org. If you need support, please call The National Sexual Assault Hotline, 1-800-656-HOPE (4673), to be connected with a trained staff member from a sexual assault service provider.

MIWSAC: What We Do

A Timeline of Racism in America: 1400’s – 1848

Making Space to Rise! Native Men & Boys Challenging Sexual Violence

Give to the Max

Changing the Focus: Human Trafficking

Lenny Hayes: This is My Activism

Missy Whiteman: This is My Activism

Missy Whiteman: This is My Activism

Toni Stillday: This is My Activism

Eileen Hudon: This is My Activism

Ignite Your Fire to End Violence Against Women

Every Man Should Know

Here I Am: PSA

Consent: What Is It?

MIWSAC 2015 Annual Conference

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