First Voices Indigenous Radio
August 11, 2020
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://bsnorrell.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.nativeartsandcultures.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.