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Philmer Blue­house (Dineh) devel­oped the Peace­mak­er Court sys­tem in Nava­jo Judi­cia­ry. He is what peo­ple refer to as a med­i­cine man. Philmer also worked in the crim­i­nal jus­tice sys­tem and has a num­ber of writ­ings avail­able online. Read Bren­da Nor­rel­l’s (Cen­sored News) arti­cle fea­tur­ing Philmer Blue­house here: https://​bsnor​rell​.blogspot​.com…

T. Lulani Arquette is the Pres­i­dent and CEO of the Native Arts and Cul­tures Foun­da­tion (NACF), a nation­al orga­ni­za­tion ded­i­cat­ed to advanc­ing equi­ty and Native knowl­edge with a focus on arts and cul­tur­al expres­sion that helps strength­en Amer­i­can Indi­an, Alas­ka Native and Native Hawai­ian artists and com­mu­ni­ties. With offices in the Pacif­ic North­west, the foun­da­tion pro­vides sup­port to Native artists, trib­al orga­ni­za­tions, and com­mu­ni­ties across the nation. Lulani, a the­atre per­form­ing artist with degrees in Polit­i­cal Sci­ence and Dra­ma and The­atre, brings more than 25 years of pro­fes­sion­al expe­ri­ence steer­ing orga­ni­za­tions to their high­est cre­ativ­i­ty and poten­tial, advo­cat­ing for cul­tur­al per­pet­u­a­tion and social change, and cat­alyz­ing change in com­mu­ni­ties. Lulani’s cur­rent work is espe­cial­ly focused on how we attend to cul­tur­al equi­ty, social jus­tice, lead­er­ship, and the envi­ron­ment to build a more com­pas­sion­ate and just nation. Find out more about the Native Arts and Cul­tures Foun­da­tion at www​.nativeart​sand​cul​tures​.org.

Andrew Miller brings two decades of human rights activism and inter­na­tion­al field expe­ri­ence to his work as Ama­zon Watch’s Wash­ing­ton, D.C. Advo­ca­cy Direc­tor. Since 2007, Andrew has col­lab­o­rat­ed close­ly with Indige­nous part­ners from Brazil, Colom­bia, Ecuador and Peru, facil­i­tat­ing rights-based advo­ca­cy at Wash­ing­ton DC-based insti­tu­tions such as the U.S. Con­gress and exec­u­tive offices, mul­ti­lat­er­al banks, and the Inter-Amer­i­can Com­mis­sion on Human Rights. He has also sup­port­ed Indige­nous-led cam­paigns to expel inter­na­tion­al oil com­pa­nies such as Tal­is­man Ener­gy and GeoP­ark from Ama­zon­ian Indige­nous territories.