WED, MAY 26, 2021 (1:02:34)
Native American and Indigenous people model economic and social exchanges on reciprocity and relationships in all systems. Centering this and other Indigenous wisdom has led to significant and meaningful contributions to the advancement of conservation, protection, and environmental justice, especially in the lives of youth.
Dawn Knickerbocker belongs to the Anishinaabe people, is a citizen of White Earth Nation/gaa waabaabiganikaag, and a member of the Minnesota Chippewa Tribe from the Ottertail Pillager Band of Indians. Juan D. Martinez Pineda is a Senior Program Manager at the Aspen Institute Forum for Community Solutions and proud descendant of the Be’ena’ Za’ Zapotec people. Together they will explore how centering culture, reciprocity, and relationship can fulfill this country’s promise to lift up all people.
This talk is part of the Life Saves the Planet lecture series. More info: https://bio4climate.org/
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