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I have a organization that works in Congo Democratic Republic with a community that doesn't have water and the school system ends at 2nd grade elementary school. Can I share to you their story.
I'm sorry I didn't put my name and email. My name is Nabintu Kalimira, PhD Niagara University student. Email: email@example.com
I’m so proud that the decade of Indigenous Languages is upcoming. Globally, 2 languages go dormant every month.
(That is prior to C19. Now it is so much worse.)
Thank you - we needed to hear this.
Thank you for all your powerful information.
Thank you chief for your informative talk - most informative.
Thank you so much for sharing your story, Chief Littlechild. I am very moved by your story & your conviction.
To Chief, No apology is necessary. Thank you for sharing such hard stories, truths and much needed education for us . I wish you health and peace in your life.
Thank you for sharing your story. we all have so much to learn from
Chief Littlechild was wonderful- thank you Chief for such a powerful presentation!
Thank you Chief Little child for the great presentation
Apologies - auto correct
Dr. Rule: @ERuleDC
Terance Fields: @terance_fields
Center for Indigenous Politics and Policy is @GWCIPP
Native American Political Leadership Program is @NAPLP
Please stay with us - we have another wonderful speaker up next from the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian
Thank yo very much for opening yourselves to us & sharing
Thanks very much for sharing your own experiences and your future goals! It was very inspiring
Twitter: @_amban_ Thank you everyone.
Please give the URL for the standards & themes again
Can tribes or indigenous groups which have some autonomy sign on to the new Treaty for the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons?
Thank you for your presentation. I have visited NMAI & have used the resources extensively for my Native American Research & Presentation Group.
How old do you have to be to volunteer?
ReconciliACTION begins with your personal initiative
The recording and further resources will be shared at TeachUN.org
Thank you so much for this webinar. It was very informative.
Bill Fernekes, Rutgers University—Thanks very much for an excellent webinar today. I look forward to future CTAUN activities.
Thank you for an interesting and impactful webinar.
Thank you very much for the webinar! It was very inspiring and informative
This was great. Thanks so much for putting this together.
Thank you to all involved with putting this conference together.
Thank you so much for this beautiful webinar!
Thank you so much. It was a powerful experience
When will recording be AVAIILABLE?
Thank you to everybody that spoke today. It was very enlightening and useful.
Thank you CTAUN for all the meaningful work that you do! This was a great webinar!
Thank you so much for putting together this webinar! It was extremely informative.