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The Case to Recognise Indigenous Knowledge as Science | Albert Wiggan | TEDxSydney


In this passionate talk, Albert Wiggan calls for better recognition from the scientific community arguing that Indigenous knowledge is science and that's what we should call it. See more...

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Battling Cultural Stereotypes | Sadie Ortiz | TEDxYouth@ParkCity

Sadie examines the stereotypes she deals with daily as a self-described "furious Hispanic." At the time of this talk, Sadie is a junior attending Park City High School in Park City, Utah.

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What White People Can Do to Move Race Conversations Forward | Caprice Hollins | TEDxSeattle

In this 2020 TEDxSeattle talk, Dr. Caprice Hollins explains why we often fail to have productive conversations about race, race relations, and racism in this country.

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Indigenous Fashion Designer Reclaims Native Culture on the Runway | NowThis

In this Her Stories interview with Korina Emmerich, the designer and activist describes her experience growing up as a Native person in a white society. She shares how she came to love fashion, deciding at an early age that she was going to be an artist who used fashion as her medium.

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The Indigenous Artist Using Performance to Preserve Tradition

Raul Baltazar uses sculpture, video, and performance art to bridge indigenous and Western cultures. As a fine artist and a mentor to incarcerated youth, Baltazar brings his art into public spaces to open up new perspectives.

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How to Balance Being Native American and Queer

Zachariah George is a twenty-five-year-old Native American living in the rural outcrop of White Rock, New Mexico. Going by the moniker Mr.

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Native Americans Know How Place Affects Health | Place Matters Oregon | OHA

For thousands of years, the Klamath Tribes have had a deep physical and spiritual connection to southern Oregon. But in 1954, the U.S. government took over their tribal lands there.

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A Conversation with Native Americans on Race - Op-Docs

This week we bring you “A Conversation With Native Americans on Race,” the latest installment in our wide-ranging “Conversation on Race” series.

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Winona LaDuke: Celebrating a Decade of Community Conversations | JP Forum

Winona LaDuke is an internationally renowned activist working on issues of sustainable development renewable energy and food systems.

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Blessings and Songs from Grandmothers - Maria Alice Freire and Mona Polacca

Grandmothers Mona Polacca and Maria Alice Freire from the The International Council of Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers offer blessings and songs for Water, the World Water Law and World Water Year 2021.

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The Original Instructions: Grandmother Mona Polacca Blue Water - Respect

This is a series of video excerpts from Grandmother Mona Polacca Blue Water., on the Next Seven Generations, the responsibilities of both Elders & Youth and how to proceed into the future.

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