For Indigenous peoples, such as the Maori, Water is an Ancestor, a living entity to be communed with, revered and treated with sacred reciprocity. Join Heni Unwin sharing with EcoJustice Radio her diverse perspectives as a Maori descendant and marine scientist.
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Because there are few young speakers of the Lakota language, Sage Fast Dog created a Lakota Immersion School, Wakanyeja Ki Tokeyahci that would empower youth and revitalize the Lakota way of life.
Radical imagination for the Land Back Movement is required to forge a new, and also perhaps ancient way out of the injustices and destruction inherent in settler colonialism. As our EcoJustice Radio guest Dr. Cutcha Risling Baldy, Associate Professor and Department Chair of Native American Studies at Cal Poly Humboldt, […]
Nico Albert Williams, founder and Executive Chef of Burning Cedar Indigenous Foods and Burning Cedar Sovereign Wellness joined EcoJustice Radio to share her journey to revitalize culture, Indigenous foods and wellness through sovereignty.
Join our EcoJustice Radio guest, Jennifer Lee, Northern Naragansett Grandmother, bark basket maker, and culture bearer, Board Member of the Nolumbeka Project, as she provides histories, insights and perspectives of Native Peoples of the Northeast.
EcoJustice Radio talked about cultural fire with Elizabeth Azzuz from the Cultural Fire Management Council, traditional Native Karuk methods of prescribed burning to protect forests and heal degraded ecosystems.
Indigenous Activists SunRose IronShell and Manape LaMere speak on Indian Boarding Schools, and how bringing home remains tells the children’s stories of generational trauma.