Theme: Honoring MMIWG2S (Missing and Murdered Indigenous Womxn Girls 2 Spirits)
Jodi Voice Yellowfish is Muscogee Creek, Oglala Lakota, and Cherokee. A product of the US governments Relocation Program Jodi was born and raised in Dallas, Texas and has lived in Oak Cliff her entire life. She attended Haskell Indian Nations University in Lawrence, Kansas where she received her Associate’s degree in Social Work and studied for her bachelor’s in Indigenous and American Indian Studies. Jodi is an ambassador for American Indian Heritage Day in Texas, Indian Citizens Against Racial Exploitation as well as Chair for MMIW Texas (Missing and Murdered Indigenous Womxn), and a member of the steering committee for Dallas TRHT (Truth Racial Healing Transformation). Jodi is married to her ever supportive partner Ricky Yellowfish. She is also an adoptive parent, parenting with her older sister Snowy Voice and husband Ricky, to her niece and two nephews.
Assisting creatives: MMIW Texas and The Voice/Hitcher Family
Site location: Urban Inter Tribal Center
*SPECIAL INVITE TO VIEW THE OFRENDA ON SATURDAY OCTOBER 26TH FROM 1PM TO 3PM during the Urban Inter Tribal Center FALL FEST.*