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AFF Learning Session #5

November 29th

Time:1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

Indigenous Youth Organizing and the Fight for Decolonization


To RSVP to the webinar please register here.


The Andrus Family Fund is honored to invite you to join Edgar Villanueva, author of “Decolonizing Wealth,” to explore how Native youth organizers and philanthropy are resisting colonization in its many forms. Edgar and speakers will explore the premise of his book, which orients audiences into an Indigenous worldview framework, the impact of colonization as a virus and its impact on philanthropy and the finance sector. Organizers and funders together will offer resources to aid in the process of healing and solutions that advance the well-being of Native youth impacted by the justice and other disruptive systems.


To RSVP to the webinar please register here.


Speakers:

Edgar Villanueva is the author of Decolonizing Wealth, which offers hopeful and compelling alternatives to the dynamics of colonization in the philanthropic and social finance sectors.

George Galvis
is the Co-Founder and Executive Director of Communities United for Restorative Youth Justice (CURYJ), which unlocks the leadership of young people to dream beyond bars, helping leaders organize and create in the movement to end mass incarceration and youth criminalization.

Isabel Coronado is a citizen of the Mvskoke (Creek) Nation. Her clan is the Wind Clan, and Tribal Town affiliation is Thlopthlocco Tribal Town. Ms. Coronado is the Deputy Director for The American Indian Criminal Justice Navigation Council (AICJNC).

Erik Stegman, Carry the Kettle First Nation (Nakoda), is Executive Director at the Center for Native American Youth at the Aspen Institute. Before joining the CNAY team, Erik led field outreach and advocacy for the Poverty to Prosperity program at the Center for American Progress.


To RSVP to the webinar please register here.


Organizer

Andrus Family Fund

Venue

Webinar Event