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Protecting TEK: The Role of Tribal Historic Preservation Offices - Shared screen with speaker view
susan clark
35:58
Susan Clark
susan clark
36:04
NRCC Jackson, WY
Quincy McSpadden
36:05
Quincy from Oklahoma!
Yvonne Fish
36:25
Yvonne Fish, Portland, OR BIA/NWRO/Natural Resources
janet franklin
37:54
Janet Franklin, Univ California - Riverside (on Cahuilla, Serrano, Tongva and Luseno homelands)
Sally Manning
38:20
Hi, Sally Manning, Environmental Director, Big Pine Paiute Tribe of the Owens Valley
Julie Hart
38:33
Julie Hart from the Dutchess Land Conservancy in New York, on the traditional lands of the Lenape Munsee, Wappinger and Mohican.
Richard Wallace
40:02
Rich Wallace, Ecological Society of America, calling in from west-central Virginia, Monacan and Shawandasse Tula (Shawanaki/Shawnee) homelands.
Adriana McBride
40:51
Adriana McBride, Quad Citizen Sicence, Medicinal Pathways, and Great Swan Sanctuary
Adriana McBride
41:02
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Mikayla Kerron
41:17
Mikayla Kerron, Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation, Environmental/GIS Technician
susan clark
01:02:31
Can I get your email. Good, thanks. Susan
Amy Smith
01:02:42
Amy Smith, Apex Companies, Tulsa, OK. Thank you so much!
Frank Lake-USDA Forest Service PSW
01:04:08
Defs of ITEK, TEK, IK. I have had some Indigenous colleagues relate to me how that def. was ascribed to them by western academic non-Native scholars, compared to a self determination/sovereign def. Things to consider.
Bob Newman
01:05:21
That is a great answer and one of the hardest things for people to understand
susan clark
01:16:42
Maybe TEK is not a definition, but a claim for human dignity/respect?
Sally Manning
01:21:26
But in the end, with Calif. AB 52, the lead agency, not the Tribe, gets to decide whether the TCR is "significant." This flaw is the law gives no way to legally challenge. Meanwhile a gold miner has "rights" to just about anything.
Adriana McBride
01:21:35
Frank, Shasta, etc. I'd love to continue and expand upon the conversation on ways we can genuinely protect and restore landscapes, TEK, and indigenous peoples, through birthing and encouraging a new societal culture and social norms of which genuinely honors the wisdom of TEK
Gwen Bridge
01:22:27
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Bob Newman
01:22:34
That seems to be the transition in practice that we need. Tribal consultation / consent needs to be transition to tribal decision-making authority!
Adriana McBride
01:23:35
Indeed, Bob!
Bob Newman
01:24:12
Great report!
Gwen Bridge
01:25:51
Thanks Shasta, this was an excellent and important presentation and discussion, and you explained it so well
Frank Lake-USDA Forest Service PSW
01:26:52
The Colonizers have to help decolonize. Indigenous people can't be expected to do all of this. It takes willing partners.
Bob Newman
01:27:15
That is exactly right Frank!
Adriana McBride
01:29:05
Indeed, Frank!
Sally Manning
01:29:19
Don't throw things, but as a long time ESA member who now serves a Tribe as Environmental Director: What is ESA doing? Just something to think about.
Bob Newman
01:29:57
Great question Sally. We are working on that.
Sally Ann Sims
01:30:40
Thank you, Shasta. That was a great and valuable presentation and conversation.
Frank Lake-USDA Forest Service PSW
01:31:51
This was great, Thanks Shasta and TEK leadership for organizing. fkl
Sally Ann Sims
01:31:59
Yes, we need to work on ways to broaden this conversation out.
Bob Newman
01:32:02
thank youi!!
Sally Manning
01:32:02
Thank you Shasta! Thanks for speaking here.
Quincy McSpadden
01:32:09
Thank you!!
Yvonne Fish
01:32:18
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Bob Newman
01:32:35
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Mikayla Kerron
01:32:58
Thank you! ☺️
Adriana McBride
01:32:59
Fabulous presentation and discussion , thank you everyone! keep up the good work