The Pandemic’s Impact On Nonprofits, Crimes Against Indigenous Women

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Jeannie Hovland, the deputy assistant secretary for Native American Affairs for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, poses with a Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women mask, Wednesday, Aug. 26, 2020. Mark Thiessen/AP Photo

We discuss the pandemic’s effect on the nonprofit sector as many nonprofit organizations struggle to survive. Then, we learn about the creation of a new statewide task force that aims to solve crimes against indigenous women.

Featured in this Show

  • The 'COVID-19 Effect' On The Nonprofit Sector

    Nonprofits are at the frontlines of the COVID-19 response after a spike in community demand for food, shelter, and other basic needs services. We speak to the Executive Director of the Center for Community and Nonprofit Studies at UW-Madison about challenges facing nonprofits.

  • Missing And Murdered Indigenous Women Task Force

    This month, Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul announced the members of the new Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Task Force. We discuss why violence against indigenous women is underreported and how this task force may help track and solve these crimes

Episode Credits

  • Kate Archer Kent Host
  • L. Malik Anderson Producer
  • Courtney Everett Producer
  • Lee Rayburn Technical Director
  • Mary Beth Collins Guest
  • Kristin Welch Guest

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