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The United Nations and Indigenous Peoples: Advocating for Education - Shared screen with speaker view
Annalisa Raymer
20:09
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Blythe Hinitz
20:27
No I do not hear anything
Padmini Murthy
20:43
no audio heard
Blythe Hinitz
20:48
Please say something
Blythe Hinitz
20:55
Yes now I can hear you
Connie Rensink
24:56
Attendees are muted for the webinar to keep background noise to a minimum.
Blythe Hinitz
39:19
yes
Beryl Szwed
42:47
Will this event be recorded for future viewing?
Connie Rensink
43:17
Yes and will be available on TeachUN.org with other resources.
Blythe Hinitz
44:49
please mute others
Emily Rosalli
44:49
Someone is unmuted.
Connie Rensink
52:20
This webinar is being recorded and will be available on TeachUN.org with other resources.
Peter Brosnan
01:00:03
https://www.equatorinitiative.org/
Nabintu Kalimira
01:00:06
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.
Nabintu Kalimira
01:03:17
I'm sorry I didn't put my name and email. My name is Nabintu Kalimira, PhD Niagara University student. Email: nabintu@hawaii.edu
Blythe Hinitz
01:20:42
Carlisle
Kelly Bailey
01:44:29
I’m so proud that the decade of Indigenous Languages is upcoming. Globally, 2 languages go dormant every month.
Kelly Bailey
01:45:00
(That is prior to C19. Now it is so much worse.)
Blythe Hinitz
01:48:18
Thank you - we needed to hear this.
Emily Rosalli
01:48:59
Thank you for all your powerful information.
Peter Brosnan
01:49:03
https://www.un.org/development/desa/indigenouspeoples/wp-content/uploads/sites/19/2018/11/UNDRIP_E_web.pdf
Barbara Henderson
01:50:39
Thank you chief for your informative talk - most informative.
Katherine Cho
01:51:55
Thank you so much for sharing your story, Chief Littlechild. I am very moved by your story & your conviction.
Debra Mendelson
01:52:07
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.
Natasha Mody
01:52:36
Thank you for sharing your story. we all have so much to learn from
Nicki Dakis
01:53:30
Chief Littlechild was wonderful- thank you Chief for such a powerful presentation!
Connie Rensink
01:58:17
Chip.cps.gwu.edu
Ayşe Akpınar
01:59:03
Thank you Chief Little child for the great presentation
Connie Rensink
01:59:16
Apologies - auto correct
Connie Rensink
02:00:28
https://cipp.cps.gwu.edu
Peter Brosnan
02:01:01
https://cipp.cps.gwu.edu/
Connie Rensink
02:01:25
Dr. Rule: @ERuleDC
Connie Rensink
02:03:11
Terance Fields: @terance_fields
Connie Rensink
02:03:43
Center for Indigenous Politics and Policy is @GWCIPP
Connie Rensink
02:03:54
Native American Political Leadership Program is @NAPLP
Connie Rensink
02:10:52
Please stay with us - we have another wonderful speaker up next from the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian
Blythe Hinitz
02:11:08
Thank yo very much for opening yourselves to us & sharing
Ayşe Akpınar
02:11:24
Thanks very much for sharing your own experiences and your future goals! It was very inspiring
Allissia Bandin
02:13:12
Twitter: @_amban_ Thank you everyone.
Peter Brosnan
02:14:27
https://americanindian.si.edu/nk360
Peter Brosnan
02:21:38
https://americanindian.si.edu/nk360/pdf/NMAI-Essential-Understandings.pdf
Blythe Hinitz
02:21:44
Please give the URL for the standards & themes again
Blythe Hinitz
02:21:54
Thanks
joanne dufour
02:24:04
Can tribes or indigenous groups which have some autonomy sign on to the new Treaty for the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons?
Connie Rensink
02:26:41
SchupmanE@si.edu
Blythe Hinitz
02:32:23
Thank you for your presentation. I have visited NMAI & have used the resources extensively for my Native American Research & Presentation Group.
Emily Rosalli
02:35:14
How old do you have to be to volunteer?
Connie Rensink
02:36:06
ReconciliACTION begins with your personal initiative
Connie Rensink
02:38:55
The recording and further resources will be shared at TeachUN.org
Nabintu Kalimira
02:39:12
Thank you
Katherine Cho
02:39:36
Thank you so much for this webinar. It was very informative.
William Fernekes
02:40:03
Bill Fernekes, Rutgers University—Thanks very much for an excellent webinar today. I look forward to future CTAUN activities.
Sherry Watkins
02:40:16
Thank you for an interesting and impactful webinar.
Ayşe Akpınar
02:40:20
Thank you very much for the webinar! It was very inspiring and informative
Michelle Grandinetti
02:44:00
This was great. Thanks so much for putting this together.
Vrishi Mechineni
02:44:47
Thank you to all involved with putting this conference together.
Emily Rosalli
02:44:56
Thank you so much for this beautiful webinar!
Joy Bergins
02:45:24
Thank you so much. It was a powerful experience
Blythe Hinitz
02:45:24
When will recording be AVAIILABLE?
Srikar Nekkalapu
02:45:33
Thank you to everybody that spoke today. It was very enlightening and useful.
Sara Moix
02:45:33
Thank you CTAUN for all the meaningful work that you do! This was a great webinar!
Douglas Sullivan
02:45:35
Thank you so much for putting together this webinar! It was extremely informative.