August 2020

Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights

Sunday, December 6, 2020

Bioneers: Native Land Back Movement Will Change the World -- Cutcha Risling Baldy

Cutcha Risling Baldy; Co-Founder | Native Women's Collective 

By Bioneers
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The second day of the Bioneers 2020 Conference delivered essential calls to action for a brighter future paired with beautiful performances and a healthy dose of democracy.

Following are some of the ideas and takeaways Bioneers introduced today.

The Bioneers Team


The Bioneers Conference isn't over yet! Tickets are still available at an extremely affordable price. We invite you to join us!

If the live schedule conflicts with your own, we've got you covered: All registrants will be able to access recordings of the sessions for which they registered throughout the month of December.


Lessons, in Their Own Words:

"At the heart of this decolonization has to be land return. We don't need to think about that as the last step, like after we've decolonized our minds, our curriculums, our statues, our books, our movies, our TV shows, our clothing, then maybe we'll finally get to the return of land. I say let's start with the return of land and know that it's possible, and it's powerful, and that it's going to be the thing that changes the world." -Cutcha Risling Baldy; Co-Founder | Native Women's Collective

BIONEERS: Indigenous Women: Powerful Guidance in Time of Pandemic

Indigenous Women share powerful guidance in times of pandemic, during this year's online Bioneers Conference

Bioneers Conference 2020
Beyond the Great Unraveling -- Weaving the World Anew

Today, the first day of the Bioneers 2020 Conference, presented science that opened our eyes to new possibilities along with ideas and inspiration for transitioning into a new year with strength, perseverance and an unwavering insistence upon amplifying underrepresented voices in important conversations.

"You have power," said activist and organizer LaTosha Brown. "How can you use your agency, our collective power, to make the change that we all deserve?"

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