Indigenous Leadership for Regenerative, Healthy and Sustainable Communities
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Sixth World Solutions staff and partners will share their experience on advocating for the rights of Indigenous Peoples to support community-led place-based solutions rooted in the traditional knowledge and worldviews of the Diné people. We will begin with a brief background of the interconnected challenges and historic conditions created by unsustainable energy economies, monopolization of resources and federal policies aimed to further eliminate traditional lifeways and assimilate Indigenous peoples into western systems of power. From there we will share our work in addressing the resulting conditions faced by our communities by centering healing and our traditional values of kinship. It is our hope that through this panel we can give participants food for thought on what's possible when Indigenous-led solutions are fully resourced and supported and the pathways forward that can help others become allies and accomplices in healing our lands, our communities, and restoring our responsibility to all life.
- Janene Yazzie - Janene Yazzie is a community organizer and human rights advocate that has worked on development and energy issues with Indigenous communities across the United States for the past 12 years. Co-founder of Sixth World Solutions LLP., and co-founder of the Navajo Nation Little Colorado River Watershed Chapters Association (LCRWCA), she has built expertise in infrastructure policy, integrated land and water management, and restoration and protection of traditional ecological knowledge (TEK) systems.
- Kern Collymore - Kern is an entrepreneur and community organizer that has worked on Water Security and Food Security issues affecting rural communities in the southwest United States for the last seven years. He is currently pursuing his Masters in Sustainable Communities at Northern Arizona University. He is originally from Trinidad and Tobago in the Caribbean and received his BA from Columbia University in New York City. He is the co-founder of Sixth World Solutions LLP, the founder of the Little Colorado River Watershed Chapters Association’s (LCRWCA) Community Leadership Program, and the founder of Indigenous Climb, a community-based youth leadership program.
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