Indigenous Environmentalism: The Rights of Manoomin
This toolkit by IE Social Media Fellow Kianna Pete explores manoomin, a wild rice that is culturally significant to the Anishinaabeg peoples, and how Indigenous Peoples are integral to the climate justice movement.
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