11:00 - 12:15
Dr. La Nada War Jack, member of the Shoshone- Bannock Tribes, scholar, educator, author and leader will moderate a discussion around the role of Indigenous women during and after the occupation of Alcatraz Island.
Dr. LaNada War Jack is a member of the Shoshone Bannock Tribes where she lives on the Fort Hall Indian Reservation in Idaho. In January of 1968 she was the first Native American student enrolled at the University of California at Berkeley and graduated with honors in an Independent Major of Native American Law & Politics. While attending UC Berkeley, Dr. War Jack participated as the first Native American component of the first Ethnic Studies Program in the UC statewide effort in establishing Native American Studies, African American Studies, Chicano Studies and Asian Studies. She is the author of Native Resistance An Intergenerational Fight for Survival and Life.
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