Awareness Months coming up…

Mark your calendars for

February 2016 is Teen Dating Awareness Month

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    Wear your orange on the 25th of each month tag @NIWRC

    Thursday, February 25th: Wear Orange, take a selfie with your friends & post to social media tagging @NIWRC in efforts to end violence against women internationally! This supports the UN Project: Native Women’s Empowerment group.

  • Monday, February 29th:  Join the #YouthLeaders Twitter Chat 7pm EST/6pm CST/4pm PST. This chat will highlight youth-led social justice efforts at the intersections of oppression & violence. Follow the discussion & participate by tweeting with the #YouthLeaders hashtag on your Twitter account <RSVP here>
  • Checkout our NativeLove Facebook page, we’ll have daily facts, NativeLoveIs videos, photos, articles & events to sign up for!
  • Use #NativeLoveIs on your social media to let us know what you think Native Love Is via sentence, photo, or short video!
  • Sign up for our E-mail blasts to get updated on NIWRC sources (webinars, training opportunities) all month long
  • Be apart of the conversation! Message predcorn@niwrc.org with your community’s planning & we’ll help you promote it!

March 2016 is Women’s History Month

  • Nominate an Inspiring Native Woman from your community & we’ll add to our Facebook album promoting her story on all our social media platforms! Send short 2-3 sentence bio, photo & relevant link to predcorn@niwrc.org. Women can be from your tribe’s history or current role model.
  • Sunday, March 20th: is National Native American HIV/AIDS Awareness Day. Check out out social media accounts to learn facts, photos to share on your page!
  • Friday, February 25th: Wear Orange, take a selfie with your friends & post to social media tagging @NIWRC in efforts to end violence against women internationally!
  • In March, we’ll share the free downloadable curriculum, videos, photos from the Native Daughters: Oklahoma magazine & website articles. Articles & lesson plans profile Native Women leaders, artists, musicians & athletes from the state of Oklahoma.
  • Watch & learn more about the late Wilma Mankiller, the first Chief of the Cherokee Nation in the film The Cherokee Word for Water.