Not Our Native Daughters founder chats about invitation to Tournament of Roses Parade [PODCAST]
Fremont County’s Lynette Grey Bull is the President and Founder of Not Our Native Daughters.
The group was formed to help create education and awareness for missing, exploited, and murdered indigenous women and children. Slowly, but steadily, more light is being shed on this epidemic across the nation and continent. As the common mission continues to increase in popularity through several groups, Not Our Native Daughters, gains exponentially more attention as well.
Not Our Native Daughters was invited to attend the 2020 Tournament of Roses Parade on New Year’s Day in Pasadena, California. The 131st parade paid honor to the 100th year celebration of women’s right to vote, so naturally Wyoming was where the parade committee looked for ideas.
Lynette discusses the experience, publicity for Not Our Native Daughters this created, and how being in the Rose Parade specifically was a goal for her on the County 10 Podcast.
Listen to the interview in the player below, or subscribe to the County 10 Podcast via your podcast app.
For more about Not Our Native Daughters, follow their Facebook page here.
For more about the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women efforts and ways to help, click here.
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