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National leader, Deborah Parker, to speak at EWU for Sexual Assault Action Week April 16

— Sexual Assault Action Week takes place April 15-18 at Eastern Washington University on the Cheney campus. Women's and Gender Studies and the Women's and Gender Education Center will have Deborah Parker as keynote speaker for this observance on Tuesday, April 16 as the keynote speaker for this observance. This event is free and open to the public. The Keynote Speech: Indigenizing Social Justice: Sexual Assault Activism and Human Right runs from noon-1:30pm at Monroe Hall Room 205 at EWU in Cheney. There will also be a workshop: Activating our Inner Voices to Create Social Change from 2-3pm at the same location.

Deborah Parker is a member of the Tulalip Tribes where she served as Vice Chair of her Council. During her tenure as Vice Chair, Deborah became a nationally recognized advocate and activist for the rights of women, children and Indigenous Nations. She played a prominent role in the passage of the Violence Against Women Act and helped lead other critical legislation needed to advance education, social justice, environmental protections and foreign policy. Deborah currently serves as the Vice Chair of the National Our Revolution Board and is a Board of Trustee for the National Indigenous Women's Resource Center.

More SAAW events planned by Health, Wellness & Prevention are taking place all week. For more information, visit ewu.edu/wgs.


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