Multiracial and Indigenous Girls and Women's Network
Author: Sabina Chatterjee
Sabina Chatterjee is an activist, artist, and academic currently completing a graduate degree in Dispute Resolution at the University of Victoria. As a racialized settler, she acknowledges that she is an uninvited guest on the land of Coast Salish and Straights Salish peoples.
Sabina has held leadership positions in service provision agencies focused on providing support for street-involved youth for 17 years and is currently the Organizational Director of antidote: Multiracial and Indigenous Girls and Women’s Network.
Critical thinking, social justice, and decolonization are themes that are deeply woven within Sabina’s support provision, activist work and research. After a lifetime of being told she is a troublemaker (like it's a bad thing) she feels lucky that she gets to hang out with other super amazing members of Truth Telling and Trouble Making.