Indigenous Voices brings together perspectives on global environmental change and its impacts for the Indigenous peoples of the Americas and Pacific. Hear from a diverse panel of community members who will present and share their work, centering wide-ranging Indigenous experiences in approaches to global environmental change. This event aims to provoke conversations that not only highlight the urgency of climate action but also draws attention to the cultural resilience of Indigenous peoples.
Q+A session and light refreshments to follow. All are welcome to attend!
5:00pm opening remarks and introductions
5:15pm participant presentations
6:30pm panel discussion
6:45pm open Q+A / closing remarks
- Jessica Hernandez (Zapotec, Ch’orti’), Environmental & Forest Sciences - UW Native Organization of Indigenous Scholars
- Danielle Lucero (Isleta Pueblo) & CeCe Hoffman (Confederated Tribes of Umatilla Indian Reservation) - ASUW American Indian Student Commission
- Chris Boyer, Center for Health & the Global Environment - UW School of Public Health
- Dr. Nicole Errett, Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences - UW School of Public Health
- Dr. Margaret Kitchell, Climate Change Mitigation Task Force - Washington Physicians for Social Responsibility
- Ashley Mocorro Powell, Next Generation Advisory Council - National Parks Conservation Association