Education, Press Release, Salmon Recovery|

Dr. Cutcha Rising Baldy, Department Chair Native American Studies, Cal Poly Humboldt, has an interesting perspective on how colonization has impacted salmon, ecosystem health and the future of our society. She asks unique questions and connects important points to challenge perspectives and help create a deeper connection to our environment. This episode feels like a breath of fresh air and may make you want to go talk to the trees and animals!

Cutcha’s website:

Find her book on “We Are Dancing for You: Native Feminisms and the Revitalization of Women’s Coming-of-Age Ceremonies (Indigenous Confluences)”

Thank you for listening and for your support!

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