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We have a supporter who has offered to match all the donations made between now and the end of 2018! This holiday season we invite you to support Native Movement in our work to dismantle oppressive power systems and address some of the most pressing issues of our time.
The Truth About Seismic webinar of experts
watch the FUll REcording Here
This webinar was recorded on November 8th, 2018 in Fairbanks, AK. A panel of experts from through out North America presented on the impacts of seismic testing on the Arctic. Both land and ocean scientists as well as Indigenous knowledge bearers share here.
Martha Raynolds is a plant biologist who has worked in the Arctic for 35 years. She has spent several summers in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, studying the impacts of the winter seismic exploration conducted in the early 1980s.
M. Torre Jorgenson is UAF faculty in the Departments of Biology and Wildlife, and Geology and Geophysics.
Dr. Andrew McDonnell is an Associate Professor of Oceanography at the University of Alaska Fairbanks.
Subhankar Banerjee is an activist, artist, and public scholar and longtime defender of Alaska's Arctic.
Dana Tizya-Tramm, Council for the Vuntut Gwich'in First Nation, Canada.
Chief Dr. Trimble Gilbert was born in Vashraii K’oo (Arctic Village), honorary doctorate by UAF in 2016. He is second traditional chief and spiritual leader for Tanana Chiefs Conference and the 52 Athabascan tribes the nonprofit consortium serves.
Moderated by Brooke Bisson, attorney with Trustees for Alaska.
July 13-16, 2018
Alaska Art and Action Camp is the second summer of our Northern Organizers' summits. Similar to last year, this year we will one again be at Howard Luke's Camp along the Tanana River outside of Fairbanks, AK. This year participants can choose one of the following tracks to focus on: Visual arts, Theater arts, Media arts, and Written/Spoken word. Once again this camp with me grounded in Decolonizing frameworks.
This camp is co-hosted with the Gwichin Steering Committee, the Fairbanks Climate Action Coalition, and Cook Inlet Keepers. Learn more about our trainings & camps HERE.
Learn more about our work in Alaska and our other projects