Alexis Bunten, (Aleut/Yup’ik) has served as a manager, consultant and applied researcher for Indigenous, social and environmental programming for over 15 years. Alexis has developed educational material for both formal and informal learning environments including university-level courses. We’ll be talking about a panel discussion on “The Indigenous Rights of Nature.”
Then, Niya DeGroat, a Diné fashion writer and former Director of Multimedia for Phoenix Fashion Week. We’ll be discussing Niya’s Feb. 1, 2021 column in Indian Country Today — “Wait a minute America! ‘This is stolen land’: Joe Biden’s inauguration missed the mark by including the tone-deaf American folk song.”
In his new book “Let Us Dream,” Pope Francis describes a vision of a more just society, economically and environmentally, post-pandemic. Professor Thomas Petriano of St. Joseph’s College, Patchogue analyses this work in a talk recorded by Canios Books, Sag Harbor. East End Ink programs are heard monthly on the 4th and occasional 5th Wednesday.
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