Nuskmata (Jacinda) Mack

Examining Amnesty's Work Through Indigenous Lenses 

Nuskmata (Jacinda Mack) is from the Secwepemc and Nuxalk indigenous peoples, of modern day British Columbia, Canada. She was born and raised in her communities of Soda Creek and Bella Coola, where she maintains connections to her people, culture and territory. 

 

Nuskmata has a Master of Arts degree in Communications from York University, Toronto.  She is a communications professional who specializes working with indigenous communities as an organizer, researcher, strategist and spokesperson regarding indigenous rights and title and environmental protection issues, including speaking

internationally regarding the 2014 Mount Polley Mine Disaster that polluted her homelands.

 

She currently lives and works in Gitxsan Territory, supporting Wilp Luutkudziiwus in its reoccupation, protection and governance of their Gitxsan house territories.