Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights

May 13, 2022

Bioneers Conference in San Francisco and Virtually: Indigenous Speakers, Panels and Films

Bioneers Conference in San Francisco and Virtually: Indigenous Speakers, Panels, and Films

Censored News original series from talks and panels at Bioneers

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By Brenda Norrell
Censored News
Schedule and registration:

SAN FRANCISCO -- Today, the Bioneers Conference begins at 9 am and continues May 13 -- 15, 2022, at the Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco and virtually.

The three-day annual conference includes Indigenous speakers, panels and films. Featured speakers today focus on the protection of the Amazon, which will be broadcast online.

Today, during the Indigeneity panels in San Francisco, Native speakers focus on healing from residential school genocide. Ohlone lead discussions today on partnerships with Indigenous in the Bay area. Kickapoo Chef Crystal Wahpepah is also featured during the Indigeneity panels today.

Native authors will be present to sign new books. Native rights, protection of the natural world, climate justice, and Native foodways highlight the Indigenous panel discussions today, Saturday, and Sunday.


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