Jodi Voice is Mvskoke Creek, Oglala Sioux, and Cherokee. She is a product of “relocation” and was born and raised in Dallas, Texas. She attended Haskell Indian Nations University in Lawrence, Kansas where she received her AA in Social Work and majored in Indigenous and American Indian Studies. Jodi was a part of the Indigenous Peoples Delegation to Palestine in 2009. Upon returning to Dallas after college she once again became completely involved in community organizing. Jodi is an ambassador for the American Indian Heritage Day in Texas committee, the committee that is responsible for the passing of HB174 which is the state holiday that recognizes the history, contributions, and struggles of American Indian people with a focus on education and advocacy. As well she is a member of Indian Citizens Against Racial Exploitation or I.CARE and N.TX RESISTANCE. Currently, along with her older sister Snowy Day, Jodi is navigating “the system” and raising a 10 yr old niece, an 8 yr old nephew, and a 2yr old nephew. They are our WORLD.