Robette Ann Dias
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Robette Ann Dias (she/her/hers) is Executive Director and Core Organizer Trainer with Crossroads. Robette holds degrees in Psychology and Native American Studies from the University of California, Davis. Her published work includes: as author, The Historical Development of Institutional Racism Working Paper, revised 2013; Haudenosaunee Confederacy: A Reflection on Antiracist Accountability, 2007; Transforming Institutional Values Revisited, 2008; as a contributor; Personal Self-Determination in Exceptionality: A Special Education Journal, Volume 10, Issue 1, 2011; and as co-editor: Partnering with Latinos/Hispanics in Missouri, University of Missouri Extension, 2008. As a Karuk Indian, Robette brings a specifically indigenous perspective to anti-racist organizing. She is a founding member and past president of Diverse & Revolutionary UU Multicultural Ministries (DRUUMM) the continental support and advocacy organization for Unitarian Universalist People of Color. She also recently served as Board President of Oyate, a Native American resource and advocacy organization.