Connie Greyeyes

Examining Amnesty's Work Through Indigenous Lenses 

Connie Greyeyes is a member of Alberta’s Bigstone Cree First Nation. She is a grassroots activist from Fort St. John, a small community in northeastern British Columbia. She volunteers with the Fort St. John Women’s Resource Society, started the Women Warriors support group for families of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls, and she is one of the founders of the Fort St. John Sisters in Spirit vigil. 

Connie has worked with Amnesty on Site C Dam; Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls, and 2 Spirits; and Sisters in Spirit. She is a strong advocate for Indigenous rights, gender rights, and corporate accountability - particularly "man camps". Above, all, Connie is a warrior and lifts others up in all of her work.