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October 10, 2022

PR Newswire

7 Indigenous Films about Reciprocity Released to Honor Indigenous Peoples' Day

Following an award-winning film festival run, season one of Reciprocity Project is now streaming for free on Reciprocity.org and REI's YouTube Channel.

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October 10, 2022

KEXP

Sound & Vision: Rosa Marina Flores Cruz on Indigenous Resistance Day, Owning Her Story, and the Music that Gives Her Strength

Gabriel Teodros, host of the Early Show on KEXP, sat down and talked with Rosa Marina Flores Cruz about her work as an activist. Rosa is featured in a new mural at KEXP's Gathering Space, as part of Thriving Peoples. Thriving Places. - a partnership from Nia Tero and Amplifier design lab.

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October 10, 2022

Footwear News

REI Co-op Reveals a New Film Series With Indigenous Peoples’ Day Here

With Indigenous Peoples’ Day here, a new series of films created by Indigenous directors can be watched via YouTube and elsewhere, with help from REI Co-op.

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October 5, 2022

International Network of Street Newspapers

“The solution to healing the planet is right in front of us”: Lifting up Indigenous women on Indigenous Peoples’ Day and every day

INSP partnered with Nia Tero and social art and design lab Amplifier to make available posters profiling a group of female Indigenous leaders from communities across the world in an effort to highlight their essential part in working towards solutions to tackle the alarming effects of climate change and environmental degradation.

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September 30, 2022

TED Blog

Thrive: TED Talks from Indigenous leaders, in partnership with Nia Tero

The first-ever TED Salon co-created in partnership with Nia Tero featured five extraordinary Indigenous leaders, collectively representing thousands of communities worldwide. Speaking on issues connected to Indigenous environmental guardianship, the speakers laid out a compelling vision for how to better steward the Earth.

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September 27, 2022

The New York Times

Putin’s War Is a Crime Against the Planet

Indigenous peoples and the forests they live in were already under pressure from global economic forces. Tom Friedman writes about how Putin’s war is not just a crime against Ukraine and humanity, but also a crime against the home we all share: planet Earth.

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