Insights: News Bree Black Horse Featured in Seattle Times #MeToo Story: "Us Too"
Seattle Times Pacific NW Magazine
Bree Black Horse is featured in a Seattle Times Pacific NW Magazine story regarding "the different ways women from minority and marginalized populations connect with the #MeToo movement’s outpouring of stories about sexual harassment and violence."
Described as "a rising Native American attorney in Seattle" and "a legal advocate for indigenous women," Bree explains the "crisis of domestic violence and sexual assault against women in Indian country."
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