Thursday, Oct 14, 2021
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM (UTC)
Race & Ethnicity
As we recognize Indigenous Peoples’ Day in the US, Purpose endeavors to deepen our understanding of Indigenous history and to activate our opportunity to learn and do more. How can we make sure we're respecting traditions and advancing justice and equity with our storytelling and campaign approaches?
In a panel discussion hosted by Purpose, members of the Voices for Economic Opportunity cohort working with Indigenous communities will share their experiences and lessons about storytelling practices and how these insights can be applied across co-creation initiatives. The session will feature Arrowhead Business Group, Three Sisters Kitchen, Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women, Partners for Rural Transformation, Fahe and Oweesta.