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Freedom to Be: Perspectives on the 2022 UN Report on Indigenous Peoples and Freedom of Religion

Updated: Dec 6, 2023

Reminder, Dec 6, 2023: An online conversation focusing on the intersection of Indigenous Peoples, the concept of freedom of religion or belief, and the climate crisis. Speakers will explore how Indigenous Peoples communities around the world are affected by extractive industries, domination mindsets, and land use policies that drive climate change. The conversation will investigate how Indigenous spirituality's intrinsic connection to the environment can support an ecologically balanced future. Speakers include: Pavel Sulyandziga of the Udege people in Russia, Laulani Teale of the Kanaka Maoli people in Hawai’i, and Åsa Larsson Blind of the Sámi Peoples in Sweden. The program will be moderated by Kasike R. Múkaro Borrero of the Guainía Taíno Tribe; President, United Confederation of Taino People Learn more about this program and RSVP here:

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