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Episode 13: Meg Singer – ACLU of Montana

Published February 1, 2018 | Posted in Podcast, Podcast Morning Show

Meg Singer is the Indigenous Justice Outreach Coordinator for the ACLU of Montana. Meg is a native of Salt Lake City, UT, and a member of the Navajo Nation. After graduating from Westminster College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Literature, Meg moved to Polson, MT, to work as a student advisor for Salish Kootenai College. Meg’s passion for indigenous justice and the rights of Native American and Alaskan Native people took her to Bozeman, MT, to earn her Master of Arts degree in Native American Studies.

The episode was produced by: Tyson Lunn, Chris Griffin & Tate Chamberlin

Sponsors: Mountain Time Arts, Humanities Montana, City of Bozeman, Montana Governor’s Office of Economic Development, Montucky Cold Snacks, Nova Cafe, Ten Directions, Headframe Spirits, Zocalo Coffee House, Whistle Pig Korean, Sola Cafe & Market, Schenk Construction, Pride Foundation, Lokken Productions, Blunderbuss.

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