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Member Education Sessions: Healing the Land

Event Description

Indigenous ecological knowledge has long sustained and protected the land now known as America. Indigenous people often carry out these practices daily leading grassroots, community efforts for clean-up and conservation. Our moderator, Joel Moffett (Nez Perce), and Indigenous leaders, Valerie Nuvayestewa (Hopi/Tewa), Margo Robbins (Yurok), and Julia Bernal (Sandia Pueblo,  discuss vital healing work and how philanthropy can better support Indigenous-led non-profits and community organizations.

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About Our Speakers


Valerie Nuvayestewa (Hopi/Tewa) (she/her)

Project Coordinator, Tutskwat Oqawtoynani

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Margo Robbins (Yurok) (she/her)

Co-Founder & Executive Director, Cultural Fire Management Council

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Julia Bernal (Sandia Pueblo) (they/she)

Executive Director, Pueblo Action Alliance

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Joel Moffett (Nez Perce) (he/him)

Director of Environmental & Special Projects, Native Americans in Philanthropy

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