Centering Culture in Climate Resilience

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An attack on our homelands and waterways is an assault on our sovereignty, tribal treaty rights, fishing rights and human rights to flourish and thrive and cultivate our natural foods like the salmon. Indigenous people are rooted in the ways of the natural world here in the PNW and elsewhere, and cultural knowledges that instruct us on how to be in reciprocity with the land also provide pathways to healing from drugs, alcohol, and medical disparities. Featuring Michele Pinkham, Two-Spirit, Nimiipuu, Development and Community Engagement Manager, NARA NW; and Christy da Rosa, Social Work PhD student and research assistant, Trauma Informed Oregon, and moderated by Lakota-Cheyenne Mole and activist Roben White.  

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