In Our Power: Climate Justice, Self Determination and Regenerative Economies, an NDN Collective Podcast where we highlight Indigenous led solutions at the forefront of the climate crisis.
Dr. Kyle Whyte on the IPCC Report and Reclaiming Climate Science
On this episode Dr. Whyte breaks down what the IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) is, the key findings from last month's “Code Red” report and reminds us that Indigenous people were the original climate scientists and climate justice leaders. Dr. Whyte provides a clear overview of what this report means for our communities and directs us to climate reports authored by Indigenous led organizations.
Returning the Sacred to the Sacred: In conversation with Alaska Native Birthworkers Community
Episode 2 of In Our Power features Kailea Frederick conversation with Lena Jacobs and Margaret David, two of the co-founders of the Alaska Native Birthworkers Community. The Alaska Native Birthworkers are a group made up of volunteer Alaska Native reproductive justice advocates, organizing to reclaim Indigenous birth practices and support families from preconception through postpartum with culturally-matched care.
Building Indigenous Power through Climate Justice
On this first episode of "In Our Power" we sit down with Dr. PennElys Droz, NDN Foundation Program Officer, to help set the foundation for this podcast and discuss: "what does climate justice mean for NDN Collective". PennElys also wrote NDN's first position paper, titled, Mobilizing an Indigenous Green New Deal and we chat about what types of solutions are needed to build Indigenous power.
Introduction: In Our Power
In this intro episode Jade and Kailea, hosts of 'In Our Power’ will share the story of how this podcast came to be and what the journey of this podcast will look like. #NDNClimateJustice
Thank you for this podcast. I’m looking forward to more from these creators. The first full episode was full of hope and I’m grateful for that perspective.