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september 2021


Indigenous Leaders on Justice and Transforming the Environmental Movement 

Wednesday, September 14

2:00PM ET - 3:00PM ET 

Indigenous communities have long been at the forefront of advancing environmental justice and have a critical connection and relationship to lands, waters, and sacred sites that have too often been the source of malpractice by corporations, organizations, and various levels of government. They have also been at the forefront of environmental protection leading movements to protect natural resources for all.


Join Green 2.0 and First Nations Development Institute for a discussion with Indigenous leaders in the environmental movement on their thoughts on the state of the movement, and changes that must happen in order to achieve justice and equity.

Panelists include:

  • Opening speaker, Congresswoman Teresa Leger Fernandez
  • Welcome remarks by Adriane Alicea, Deputy Director, Green 2.0
  • Aja DeCoteau, Interim Executive Director, Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission
  • Bernadette Demientieff, Executive Director, Gwich’in Steering Committee
  • Niria Alicia, Board Member, Green 2.0 and Thriving Communities Coordinator, PeoplesHub
  • Moderated by Michael Roberts, President and CEO, First Nations Development Institute