Mishuana Goeman

Professor of Gender Studies and American Indian Studies, UCLA. Special Advisor, Chancellor on Native American and Indigenous Affairs. Member of Tonawanda Band of Seneca tribe

Professor of Gender Studies and American Indian Studies at UCLA and Special Advisor to the Chancellor on Native American and Indigenous Affairs. Member of Tonawanda Band of Seneca tribe.

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Land has been a central issue between Natives and non-Natives since the earliest days when European explorers first were greeted by the indigenous peoples of North America.

How Indigenous ‘traditional ecological knowledge’ teaches us to live in reciprocity with the land

Land has been a central issue between Natives and non-Natives since the earliest days when European explorers first were greeted by the indigenous peoples of North America.

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