In this episode I chat with Corinne Rice-Grey Cloud about her life and her passion to educate people on Indigenous culture and the importance of dismantling systems of oppression.
Corinne Rice-Grey Cloud is Mohawk and Lakota, and lives on the Rosebud Indian Reservation in Mission SD. She is a journalist with Powwows.com, the Executive Director of the Buffalo Project, and was previously the Program Coordinator for the Minnesota Indian Women’s Sexual Assault Coalition under their Federal Sex Trafficking grant. She currently provides education nationwide on culture and Land Back movements and has spoken at Google, Facebook, Walmart and Universities across the nation. She is a voice in the community working to raise awareness on Human Trafficking in Indian Country, and has spoken on Human Trafficking panels regarding MMIW. She’s 34 years old and she and her fiancé Greg Grey Cloud live on a small ranch with their two kids Hunter and Emma.