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Tsosie serves on Native Women and Intersectionality panel


April 29, 2010

Rebecca Tsosie, executive director of the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law's Indian Legal Program, recently served on the Native Women and Intersectionality panel at the Fourth Annual CRS Symposium, "Intersectionality: Challenging Theory Reframing Politics Transforming Movements, Critical Race Studies Program."

The symposium was held March 11-13 at the UCLA School of Law.

Tsosie is a Willard H. Pedrick Distinguished Research Scholar, a Faculty Fellow in the Center for Law and Global Affairs, and Affiliate Professor, American Indian Studies Program.

She teaches in the areas of Indian law, Property, Bioethics, and Critical Race Theory, as well as seminars in International Indigenous Rights and in the College's Tribal Policy, Law, and Government Master of Laws program.

Tsosie, who is of Yaqui descent, has worked extensively with tribal governments and organizations and serves as a Supreme Court Justice for the Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation.

Judy Nichols, Judith.Nichols@asu.edu
(480) 727-7895
Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law