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Host Tiokasin Ghosthorse hosts anoth­er round­table dis­cus­sion with three return­ing guests. Jonathan Gon­za­les was born in Tux­te­pec, Oax­a­ca, Mex­i­co and grew up in south­ern Cal­i­for­nia. He has spent the last 12 years learn­ing earth liv­ing skills and ances­tral cer­e­mo­ni­al ways with many teach­ers and elders, com­bined with par­tic­i­pat­ing in Indige­nous, earth-based cer­e­monies along with a quest to con­nect more deeply with his ances­tral lin­eage, which is Indige­nous Taino from Puer­to Rico, Chi­nan­te­co from Mex­i­co, and African). Lucas Jato­ba is a pho­tog­ra­ph­er and film­mak­er who was born in Man­aus, north­ern Brazil. He had been liv­ing in Rio de Janeiro since 2014, where he went to study Anthro­pol­o­gy at the Flu­mi­nense Fed­er­al Uni­ver­si­ty. Lucas start­ed work­ing as a free­lancer, doing pro­fes­sion­al and vol­un­teer doc­u­men­ta­tion works on top­ics relat­ed to human rights, espe­cial­ly issues relat­ed to urban social issues. Chris­t­ian Matute Sag­bay incar­nat­ed on the lands cur­rent­ly referred to as Gualaceo, Ecuador. Not too long ago it was kichwa/​kanari ter­ri­to­ry. This recog­ni­tion of land and lan­guage has drawn Chris­t­ian to the work of lan­guage jus­tice. He is cur­rent­ly explor­ing this avenue of heal­ing while keep­ing in mind the need for future gen­er­a­tions to decol­o­nize them­selves through expan­sive and yet con­nec­tive land-based principles.