Society of Indian Psychologists
Run/Walk for Solidarity
Week of October 11-16, 2020
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Run/Walk together in unity to demonstrate our strength as a community.  Being outside in nature and physical activity have always grounded us as Indigenous Peoples


Committee Members

Royleen Ross, Charlotte McCloskey, and Tina Lincourt


In collaboration with

APA Division 18, Section 4, Psychologists in Indian Country

APA Division 35, Section 6, Alaska Native/American Indian/Indigenous Women

Indigenous Lives Matter

Artist bio:

My name is Ivory Agaluk Okleasik.  I come from Sitnasuak Alaska.  My parents are Denise Oliver and Buddy Okleasik.  My grandparents are Franklin and Lavonne Okleasik and Carol and Curt Oliver.  I have three sisters and our mother passed away in 2012 due to alcohol poisoning.  Our people have faced a lot through historic trauma, intergenerational trauma, and complex trauma.  We are ready to heal from colonization and racism. We are ready to raise and speak our words.  We are ready to do this together.  We all come from some kind of trauma and know that the trauma we face makes us who we are today and that we are not alone.


The Society of Indian Psychologists is an organization for Native American Indigenous people (American Indian and Alaska Native) who advocate for the mental well-being of Native peoples by increasing the knowledge and awareness of issues impacting Native Mental Health.

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