Friday, June 16, 2023 from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM MDT
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Celina Montoya-Garcia 
Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women 


Intersections of Storytelling & Navigating the SystemWorkshop Series 2 of 4

"In some areas women and girls are murdered at 10x the national average.

 Native American women in New Mexico experience the highest rate of homicide among all racial and ethnic groups."

Join us for the 2nd Stortelling & Navigating the System workshop series. This specific workshop will create a safe space for families to tell their stories and expereinces working with the system when a relative goes missing. Telling diverse and inclusive stories for social change that center marginalized communities. Building and understanding requires that we show the complex ways our indigenous communities experience systems of inequality such as land and body violence.

Workshop Objectives:

Participants will...

  1. Build on their existing coping and healing skillset
  2. Receive a short presentation from a law enforcement agent
  3. Learn how to create a Missing Persons poster
  4. Share stories and experiences

Intended Audience: Families directly impacted by the MMIWR crisis, family members who have taken on the responsibilities of direct media communication, adovactes of violence against our Indigenous relatives, councelors, law enforcement, tribal leaders, and case managers.

Stipend: As a token of completion all participants will recieve a stipend to be mailed out.

Participation: This event will take place virtually via zoom. 

If you have any question regarding this event, please email our Land & Body Violence coordinator, Celina Montoya-Garcia at cgarcia@csvanw.org