Today on the Tuesday 8:00 Buzz with Dr. Damita Brown, Tuesday Buzz host and Native American activist Sikowis joins us to catch up on the work she does at Great Plains Action Society and what is new in her world!
More on Sikowis and Great Plains Action Society, their Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Project, and Protect the Sacred Youth Camp:
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Sikowis Nobiss is Plains Cree/Saulteaux of the George Gordon First Nation in Saskatchewan, founder and Executive Director of Great Plains Action Society. She is a speaker, writer, artist, organizer, and movement mentor in Iowa, and across the nation and is focused on dismantling white supremacist, colonial-capitalist institutions, and replacing them with Indigenous ideologies and practices created in synchronicity with the land. Sikowis graduated from the University of Iowa with a Master’s Degree in Religious Studies and a Graduate Minor in American Indian Native Studies. She is a mother of two young children.