February 03, 2021
Indigenous communities are powerhouses of knowledge, abundance, resilience, and resources. It is time to harness that power and shift the narrative of taking, exploitation, and degradation to a narrative and practice of caring, regeneration, and giving back to communities and Mother Earth. In the latest issue of the Cultural Survival Quarterly magazine, we share the stories of Indigenous entrepreneurs and leaders who are making an immense difference in uplifting their communities on their own terms, and according to Indigenous values and principles, from a place of abundance.
Watch our webinar, featuring Indigenomics experts and CSQ authors:
Carol Anne Hilton (Hesquiaht First Nation), CEO and Founder, Indigenomics Institute
Paul Lacerte (Carrier First Nation), Managing Partner, Raven Indigenous Capital Partners
Dr. PennElys Droz (Anishinaabe/Wyandot), NDN Collective Program Officer and NDN Fund Steering Committee Member
Kaimana Barcarse (Kanaka Hawai'i), Director, Catalytic Initiatives (Strategies & Transformation) at Kamehameha Schools, Board of Directors, The Cultural Conservancy and Cultural Survival, and Program Director, Alana I Kai Hikina on KWXX-FM
Daisee Francour (Oneida), Director of Strategic Partnerships and Communications, Cultural Survival
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