Lyla June is a Native American (Dine´/ Cheyenne) poet, peacemaker, musician and activist dedicated to revitalizing spiritual relationships with Mother Earth and cultivating forgiveness and reconciliation. We’re pleased to be hosting her on the main stage at the 2018 Bioneers Conference for a keynote address this fall.
Kandi Mossett shares her moving experiences of the dangerous realities that big oil has brought to her community alongside their fracking endeavors. These injustices impact Indigenous communities throughout the country and globally, but Kandi has hope that with strength, perseverance and awareness we can — and will — defend our land.
In “The Archipelago of Hope,” Gleb Raygorodetsky recounts 20 years worth of observations related to Indigenous peoples and global climate change.