Kara Denise Brewer Boyd

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Kara Denise Brewer Boyd is Director of the Association of American Indian Farmers which provides advocacy and technical assistance to American Indian farmers and ranchers. Kara was a member of the North Carolina Indian Child Welfare Standing Committee and appointed to a Legislative Committee to address Indian Children Welfare laws and concerns of American Indian families. She also has served as a Board Member of the United Tribes of North Carolina.

Native Organizers Alliance Advisory Council

Native Organizers Alliance Advisory Council, 2016; [1]

Council members

Facing Race conference

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The Facing Race conference participants gathered just days after the conclusion of the most contentious election season in decades, November 10-12, 2016 — Atlanta, Georgia.

Both major parties exposed their deep splinters, Trumpism became the new normal and many politicians were forced to deal with issues that communities of color raised to national prominence. In Facing Race's closing plenary on November 12, racial justice leaders speak to the challenges of governance before us, and how the movement can position itself to make the most of the next four years.[2]

These are the activists and thought leaders featured in "Where Do We Go From Here?" listed in alphabetical order:

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