Climate Change is Here
Annual Envisioning Tomorrows Earth (February 2020)
Session on Responding to Climate Change: Science, Religion, and Cultural Practices - Todd Mitchell (Swinomish), Swinomish Dept. of Environmental Protection Director (forward to 47:30 min. to view), on the Swinomish tribe's response to the climate crisis . For more information about this session visit the AAAS Dialogue on Science, Ethics, and Religion, visit www.aaas.org/DoSER.
Vine Deloria Symposium (2018) "Remembrance in the Face of Adversity"
S. Vendiola, Women Leadership exhibit. Photo: Talking to Crows, Bellingham, WA (2017)
"Mother earth is crying for her human children," begins the important message that wisdom keepers like Ilarion (Larry) Kuuyux Merculieff who in 2017, gathered 13 Elders from around the world on the island of Kaua'i to co-create a message for humankind.
Climate Change Education & Awareness Group Retreat youth participant.
Honoring the Earth digital story by Caroline Edwards (Swinomish)
Global Climate Change: Indigenous Leaders Speak! (2010) Native Lens & Willie Montoya (Swinomish youth) - 14 year old Willie interviews indigenous leaders from frontline communities at the Indigenous Peoples Global Summit on Climate Change.