January 12, 2010
“Extensive research suggests that the collective behavior of humanity is on an unsustainable path (e.g., Millenium Ecosystem Assessment, 2005). More and more people are awakening to this reality and are beginning to pursue answers for a just and sustainable future. In the midst of this unfolding story are indigenous people across the globe, whose ways of life have and continue to be disrupted if not lost altogether.”
An excerpt from a longer video, listen as Roberta Conner (Cayuse), of the Tamástslikt Cultural Institute, talks about relationships with the land, personal restoration, and value. This is from a series produced by Native Perspectives of Sustainability.