Indigenous-Led Organizing Today


A panel discussion
Wednesday, May 25, 2022
90 minutes starting:
6:30 PM Pacific = 7:30 PM Mountain
  • Sande Bea Allman (Oglala Lakota / Nimiipuu) is the Chief Community Engagement and Development Officer for Native American Rehabilitation Association NW. For over 37 years she has lead the fundraising for the annual Delta Park Powwow and Encampment.
  • Justine Flynn (Grande Ronde) is currently the Youth Education Manager for the Confederated Tribes of Grande Ronde. She taught with the Chinuk Language Education Project for four years and she holds a Masters degree in Teaching with a focus on Dual Language Learning and Culturally Responsive Teaching.
  • Tom Kunesh (Standing Rock Lakota) was the convener for a recent gathering of indigenous Quakers and he attends Nashville Friends Meeting. He is a leader in protecting and educating about indigenous sites in Tennessee.

This is the third in a series on building right relationship with Indigenous People. Coming June 7, 6:30, David Williams, Native Scholar, brings the final presentation of the series.

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from Eric Muhr, Sierra Cascades Yearly Meeting of Friends