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3/28 - 3/28

Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women: A Historical and Personal Perspective

6:30pm - 8:00pm
Waupaca Area Public Library

Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women: A Historical and Personal Perspective

Andrea Lemke-Rochon, a member of the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women (MMIW) WI State Task Force, will share a personal and historic perspective about this tragic epidemic that impacts native families at alarmingly high rates. She speaks in memory of her cousin, Rae Elaine Tourtillott, who was murdered on the Menominee Indian Reservation when Tourtillott was just 18 years of age. Come and learn how you might help advocate for justice and change for Native women and girls in Wisconsin.

March 28, 2022

  • HYBRID with limited in-person seating and live streaming.

  • Email us at to make your reservation.

  • Broadcasts can be heard on WILW 96.3FM and viewed on WIN-TV, Facebook Live, and YouTube

The Academy offers, on average, twenty-five programs annually. There is no membership required for attendance at programs. All are FREE of charge and open to the general public. Programs are usually held at the Waupaca Area Public Library on Monday evenings at 6:30. Other venues and days of the week are occasionally used for special seminars and musical programs (e.g., churches, or other sites that can accommodate larger crowds). Some programs might include controversial subject matter, but the Academy takes no position and seeks to provide balanced and reliable information.

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