Indigenous Guardianship

Garden Walkthrough by Jared Lank

March 2, 2023

Reimagining Brilliant Black and Indigenous Futures

Tracy Rector

By coming together in reciprocity and kinship, Black, Black-Indigenous, Afro-Indigenous, and Indigenous communities are fueling a collective movement to reimagine brilliant Black and Indigenous futures.


Leo Cerda, Sonia Guajajara, and Nina Gualinga at COP27 in Egypt. Photo by Tracy Rector

March 1, 2023

Coming Soon: Seedcast Season 3


Our Seedcast podcast returns on March 15 with a new season, and host Jessica Ramirez will continue guiding us through a whole new series of stories at the intersections of Indigenous land guardianship, culture, and rights.


Photo courtesy of Razelle Benally (Oglala Lakota/Diné) from the film MURDER IN BIG HORN.

January 18, 2023

Narrative Sovereignty is Reaffirming Indigenous Guardianship at Sundance Film Festival

Nancy Kelsey

At the Sundance Film Festival, taking place January 19-29 in Utah, audiences will have a robust selection of a dozen Indigenous made films that tell the stories of the first peoples from lands around the world. Nia Tero is proud to support Sundance.


Jennifer (Jing) Tauli Corpuz. Photo by Matthew Omilianowski.

December 23, 2022

Q&A with Jennifer (Jing) Tauli Corpuz on COP15 Goals and Outcomes

Nancy Kelsey and Jennifer (Jing) Tauli Corpuz

We reflect on the outcomes of COP15, the UN Convention on Biological Diversity, with Jennifer (Jing) Tauli Corpuz (Kankana-ey Igorot), Nia Tero Managing Director of Policy.


Shifting during wet season

August 31, 2022

Meet the Gabbra People of East Africa Pt 1: How Traditional Knowledge Saw the Gabbra People Through Colonization and Climate Crisis


In this Seedcast episode - the first of two parts – hear songs, stories, and sounds of the lands the nomadic Gabbra people of eastern Africa shepherd, and how they share traditional knowledge from generation to generation.


Nara Baré at COP26 2021 March. Photo by Tracy Rector

June 22, 2022

Seedcast em português: Nara Baré — Os povos indígenas seguram o planeta


Neste episódio do Seedcast, apresentamos Nara Baré, da Nação Baré. A história da Nara é de empoderamento por meio do conhecimento.