SAVE THE DATE – NOV 18 (US) / NOV 19 (NZ), 2021
Join us for a conversation about the health and healing of our rivers. Rivers are living entities. They embody a life force, spiritual power and authority unto themselves. As Indigenous peoples, our relationship with rivers, springs, and oceans is ancestral. Our ancestors have left it in our hands to be protectors, caretakers, and stewards of […]
Aligning Systems for Health in Tribal Communities
(22 July 2021) Red Star and its partners from Seven Directions, A Center for Indigenous Public Health based at the University of Washington, are honored to work with five tribal nations to increase capacity and to deepen their understanding of systems – people, processes, and context. The launch of our new study, Indigenous Health Systems: […]
Red Star leads exploration of pathways to build climate and ecosystem resilience.
(31 Jan 2021) Indigenous communities are among those most adversely affected by climate change, despite contributing very little to its causes. According to a recent United Nations, Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services report, biodiversity is declining less rapidly in lands that are traditionally owned, managed, used or occupied by Indigenous people. Colonial […]