Despite its colonial origins, many tribes still use blood quantum as a requirement for tribal enrollment. Ronee Wopsock will share the history behind blood quantum and the implications for citizenship and belonging.
Ronee Wopsock is the Education Director for the Ute Indian Tribe. She is a member of the Uintah Band of the Ute Indian Tribe of the Uintah and Ouray Reservation. Ronee is completing her Ed.D. program in educational leadership at the University of Washington-Tacoma.