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Join the Arizona Heritage Center for Women in Resistance, a conversation centered around Indigenous activism featuring activist Rosetta Walker. This deeply
Join the Arizona Heritage Center for Women in Resistance, a conversation centered around Indigenous activism featuring activist Rosetta Walker. This deeply powerful conversation will center around the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women movement that has swept the nation. Walker will share her experiences by promoting change and allowing voices to be heard.
Free event! Registration is required. https://bit.ly/33eC5VZ
For more information, please contact Allison Avery at [email protected].
Rosetta Walker resides in Tempe with her husband and daughter and has been an Arizona resident for 25 years. Walker is a community volunteer, advocate and influencer in the Native American community. Walker was a steadfast advocate at the Arizona Legislature during the hearings for House Bill 2570 Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls Study Committee. She attended House and Senate hearings and was present for the signing of the bill into law by Governor Doug Ducey in May 2019.
(Tuesday) 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Join the Arizona Historical Society on Wednesday, August 26 for a very special
Join the Arizona Historical Society on Wednesday, August 26 for a very special virtual program commemorating Women’s Equality Day. 2020 marks the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, which granted women the right to vote nationally. For the first time ever, we are bringing 6 authors together (virtually!) to talk about the history of women’s suffrage. Moderated by Heidi Osselaer, author of Winning Their Place: Arizona Women in Politics, 1883-1950, historians Kif Augustine-Adams, Sara Egge, Shannon Risk, Rachel Gunter, Karen Pastorello will share their perspectives and research. Together we will discuss women’s suffrage, Arizona history, and where we go from here. Bring your questions for the Q&A and conversation.
Be sure to read the roundtable in the new Journal of Arizona History Summer 2020 issue online at Project MUSE (https://muse.jhu.edu/journal/766). Free to AHS Members every day and to the public August 1-31.
Wednesday, August 26 from 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. AZ/PT time.
Registration is required. https://bit.ly/39HNxuo
Questions? Contact Lora Key at [email protected].
(Wednesday) 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm