Meg Singer

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Indigenous Justice Program Manager

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Meg Singer started with the ACLU of Montana in the fall of 2016. 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 pursue graduate work in Native American Studies.

While in Bozeman, Meg co-led the campaign to change Columbus Day to Indigenous Peoples’ Day for the city of Bozeman and Montana State University. She also brought “The Sun Dance Opera,” a 1913 opera written by Yankton Dakota activist Zitkala-sa, to the President’s Fine Arts series. Singing is a family tradition for the Singers, and both Meg’s sister and her brother performed in the opera.

 

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