Katie Stoqua is an indigenous woman from the Kichesipirini Algonquin Nation in Canada. She is of mixed African and indigenous heritage. For years she has been part of the movement to expose and prosecute genocide by church and state in Canada and stop the disappearance of indigenous women and children. She is a member of the International Tribunal of Crimes of Church and State (ITCCS) and a founding signatory to the establishment of the Republic of Kanata on January 15, 2015. Katie holds an Honors Degree in Religious Studies and Social Work from the University of Western Ontario and a Masters in Spiritual Counseling. She travels throughout Canada and the U.S. educating groups and exposing church and state crimes against humanity, particularly the ongoing genocide being carried out against native families in Canada. Katie is a regular co-host on the radio show Here We Stand with Kevin Annett.