The founder and director of Meli Bees Network on combining environmental and social positive impacts in her organization's many partnerships with Indigenous and local-led projects in Brazil. It's impo... read more
The Endorois Indigenous Women Empowerment Network's executive director shares her powerful testimony on advocating for the rights of Indigenous women and persons with disabilities in Kenya. Earli... read more
The voice of four Indigenous Nations of the Ecuadorian Amazon, who joined forces to Defend the Forest, Indigenous Rights, and their Self-Determination. The Ecuadorian Amazon's vast and diverse forest ... read more
An inspiring conversation with the Asháninka activist and filmmaker in training, who is bringing visibility to the struggles of Indigenous women and girls in her native community of Cushiviani (Satipo... read more
We interview our grantees from the D.R.C. about their critical work in a conflict area, and their efforts to improve the menstrual hygiene of Indigenous women and girls. Indigenous Peoples in th... read more
Associate Director at NDN Collective's Foundation Tina Kuckkahn and Director of Grantmaking Nicole Yanes tell us about NDN Collective's unique Indigenous-led Grantmaking programs. Earlier this ye... read more
In April, we were honored to co-host an official side event during the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues in New York City. Collaborating with Jamii Asilia Centre, Global Wisdom... read more
At the International Funders for Indigenous Peoples' Global Conference in Mexico, we videoed a very inspiring conversation with Cultural Survival's Executive Director, Galina Angarova. A member of the... read more
This episode introduces Sacred Pipe Resource Center's frontlines work with the Native American Urban Tribal population in the Bismarck-Mandan area of North Dakota. Founder Cheryl Kary tells us about s... read more
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