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Which is more important: Tribal Sovereignty, Federal Indian Rights, or Indigenous Cultural Resilience? Discussion with James Grijalva, Friedman Professor of Law at UND

Discussion with Friedman Professor of Law, James M. Grijalva November 18, 2022 @ 12:00-2:00PM Northern Arizona University's Native American Cultural Center Since contact with colonial…

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Nana I Ke Kumu A Place-Based STEM PD Series Mark Pinho, Kapela Eli, Donna Camvel

Nana I Ke Kumu affords educators opportunities to access aina-based STEM education training infusing indigenous knowledge, language and values into curriculum to embrace cultural identities of native…

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Indigenous Critical Discourse Analysis Frameworks Crystal Luce

Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA) is missing Indigenous perspectives and its Eurocentric values and ideologies are problematic. New approaches and frameworks centered on Indigenous voices and…

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Dr. Megan Bang Northwestern University

Dr. Megan Bang (Ojibwe and Italian) is a Professor of the Learning Sciences and Psychology at Northwestern University and is currently serving as the Senior Vice President at the Spencer Foundation.…

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2022 NTICC Highlight Reel

A highlight reel of the 2022 National Tribal and Indigenous Climate Conference

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NTICC 2020 Closing Plenary

Ann Marie Chischilly, Diné, ITEP’s Executive DirectorJanene Yazzie - Diné, International Indian Treaty Council, New MexicoMike Durglo Jr. - Confederated Salish Kootenai Tribes,…

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NTICC 2020 Opening Plenary

Opening Plenary Prayer - Bennett Wakayuta, Hualapai TribeWelcome Address - Ann Marie Chischilly, Diné, ITEP’s Executive DirectorNicki Douglas - Maori, Environment Manager at the Te Arawa…

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NTICC 2020 Wednesday Plenary

Nikki Cooley - Diné, Co-Manager of ITEP’s Tribes & Climate Change ProgramDr. Lun Yin - Professor of Southwest Forestry at the University of China, Climate Reality leader, from…

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Indigenous Planning, Community Assets, and Brownfields: Catalyzing Positive Transformation

This training was delivered as part of the Tribal Lands and Environment Forum: Virtual Gathering in August 2020 by Cynthia Annett, Oral Saulters, and Scott Nightingale, Kansas State University Tribal…

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Assessing and Preventing Exposures to Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals in Alaska Native Communities on St. Lawrence Island

Concerns over increases in the level of cancers, reproductive problems, and thyroid disease on St. Lawrence Island prompted the Yupik communities of Gambell and Savoonga to engage in research to…

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