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Announcing: Our First 7 Honorees for ’21 Leaders for the 21st Century’ 2021!!

AFN STAFF PORTRAITS Photo by Alistair Maitland Photography

Kluane Adamek (The traditional name is “Aagé”) Canada First Nations Plenary Session (AFN) Yukon Regional Chief since January 2018. Regional Chief Adamec holds an AFN national portfolio for climate change and the environment, youth and modern treaties, and continues to call for changes in the way young people and the next generation are included in decision-making forums.

Ratsha Brown Is a co-founder of Black voters’ problems, Black Voter Issues Fund and Black Voter Issues Ability Development Institute. These initiatives are aimed at increasing the registration and turnout of black voters and empowering the predominantly black community left out of society. She is also a nationally recognized “reliable” expert in black voting and voter oppression, black women’s empowerment, and philanthropy.

Tin Tin Chen Is the director of Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) Project At Columbia Law School. As a civil rights lawyer and activist, she sued a sexist case at Legal Momentum, a women’s legal defense and education fund. She was also a lawyer for the New York City Commission on Human Rights, a publicly elected and immigrant lawyer for Brooklyn Defender, and the General Counsel for the 2017 Women’s March in Washington.

Kylie Han Twin Winter A member of the Standing Rock Sioux, “Brave womanEmpowers women, especially those in the Native American community, through martial arts training. She is also a board member and chief youth lobbyist of the Indigenous Initiative, which advocates Indigenous Peoples Day to replace Columbus Day.

Patricha McLean Photojournalist, human rights activist, Find our voiceA non-profit organization based in Maine, organizes the faces and voices of survivors to boldly and creatively break the silence of domestic violence. McLean is a 29-year survivor of physical, emotional, financial and sexual abuse, and her own silence was broken in 2016 as publicly as possible, of the celebrity husband (Don). There is a global topic of arrest for domestic violence.

Sophie Poldermans “I am the founder ofSophie War WomanAn organization that sheds light on female leaders in times of conflict, crisis and change. She is a best-selling author, international speaker, lecturer and consultant on women and war, women’s leadership and business innovation in advocating for women’s rights around the world. Poldermans is a New York Post & Amazon bestseller author. Seduce and kill the Nazis.Honey, Truth, Freddie: World War II Dutch Resistance Heroine (USA, 2019).

Tracy E. Vitchers A non-profit executive, democratic political adviser, and nationally recognized expert in the prevention of sexual violence and the protection of survivors. Tracey is currently Executive Director of. It’s in usA non-profit organization founded in 2014 as an initiative of the Obamaviden administration to combat campus sexual assault through a peer-to-peer preventive education program, is revitalizing the largest student organization program of its kind.

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