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Listening Deeply Indigenous Voices Panel


Join Northeast Native American community leaders Chief Jake Singer, Aaron Athey, Shawn Stevens, and others for this rare and precious dialogue opportunity to honor Indigenous culture. Facilitated by Lev Natan and hosted by Kripalu, this gathering of the Northeast Council on Indigenous Peoples' Day will discuss how to

  • Weave a tapestry of events to honor Indigenous Peoples’ Day in every town and city throughout the Northeast bioregion  
  • Revitalize the ancient heritage of spirit, wisdom, and knowledge from the Original Peoples of this land
  • Build a viable future for our children and generations to come
  • Connect the dots between indigenous values and bioregional climate resilience. 

Together in solidarity, let's dream what is possible.

Learn more about Kripalu's partnership with the Alliance for a Viable Future.

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Shawn Stevens (Red Eagle), a member of the Stockbridge Munsee Band of Mohicans, is a Native American culturalist, artist, musician, and ceremonial helper.

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Lev Natan is the founder and executive director of Alliance for a Viable Future (AVF) which has organized Indigenous Peoples' Day (IPD) in the Berkshires for the last three years. He is also a leadership coach, organizational consultant, and author of Climate Leadership.

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Chief Jake Singer is a Diné Navajo Medicine Man, traditional doctor, Sundance Chief, ceremonial leader, and decorated Vietnam veteran living in Pennsylvania.

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Aaron Athey is a Mohican Medicine Man, Sundancer, and Native American prison chaplain. He regularly emcees at powwows around the Northeast.

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Margaret Behan is the founder of the Cheyenne Elders Council, a group of native healers and teachers, and a former member of the International Council of 13 Grandmothers.

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Kristine Hill, a member of the Beaver Clan, Tuscarora Nation, and Haudenosaunee Confederacy, works to prevent and address harms occurring within significant institutions of higher education, international spiritual communities, legal networks, and other institutions.

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Heather Bruegl is a public historian, activist, and decolonial education consultant who works with institutions and organizations for Indigenous sovereignty and collective liberation.

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