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Indigenous Heritage Speakers

Exploring Roots of Wisdom: Stories of Cultural Richness from Indigenous Heritage Experts

List of Indigenous Heritage Speakers

Celebrate original cultures and traditions with these Indigenous Heritage Keynote Speakers. This list features an extraordinary ensemble of voices committed to preserving, celebrating, and sharing the rich tapestry of indigenous traditions. These speakers bring a profound connection to their heritage, offering unique perspectives on history, identity, and the challenges faced by indigenous communities. Delve into captivating narratives that weave together the wisdom of ancestral knowledge with the aspirations of the future. From discussions on cultural resilience to insights into environmental stewardship, our speakers provide a gateway to understanding and appreciating the diversity of indigenous cultures. Honor and amplify these vital voices that bridge the past and present, fostering a deeper appreciation for the cultural treasures that form the foundation of indigenous heritage.

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Sydney Freeland
(2 ratings)

Award-Winning LGBTQ Navajo Filmmaker & Emmy-Nominated Director

Sterlin Harjo

Native American Filmmaker, Producer & Director; Known for Reservation Dogs, Mekko, Barking Water, and Four Sheets to the Wind

Dallas Goldtooth
(2 ratings)

Keep it in the Ground Organizer for the Indigenous Environmental Network & Co-Founder of the Indigenous Comedy Group

John Herrington
(2 ratings)

Former NASA Astronaut, First Native American in Space, Educator & Story-Teller

Tara Houska
(5 ratings)

Tribal Attorney, Indigenous Rights Activist & Founder of Not Your Mascots

Xiuhtezcatl Martinez
(1 rating)

Indigenous Climate Activist, Hip-Hop Artist, Author & Youth Director of Earth Guardians

Kumu Hina
(1 rating)

Hawaiian Transgender Teacher & Community Leader

Shane Ortega
(12 ratings)

The US Army's First Openly Trans Soldier

Billy Mills
(3 ratings)

Second Native American to Win an Olympic Gold Medal & Co-Founder of Running Strong for American Indian Youth

Winona LaDuke
(5 ratings)

Executive Director of Honor the Earth

Kelly Jackson
(1 rating)

Singer, Songwriter, Philanthropist, & Tribal Advocate

Lou Diamond Phillips
(1 rating)

Actor and Director; Starred in the Film "La Bamba" as Ritchie Valens

Jenn Harper
(2 ratings)

Founder of Cheekbone Beauty, Social Impact Entrepreneur & Advocate for Education

Angela Sterritt

Award-Winning Investigative Journalist & Author of "Unbroken"

Jennifer Quinto
(1 rating)

Cultural Speaker, Advocate for Culturally Responsive & Trauma Responsive Organizations

Se-ah-dom Edmo
(1 rating)

Executive Director at Seeding Justice; Racial & Social Justice Activist

Tai Simpson

The Storyteller of the Nez Perce Tribe of Idaho

Gary Farmer

Musician & Actor Known for "Dead Man," "Ghost Dog" & "Smoke Signals"

Jon Proudstar

Writer Known for "Tribal Force;" Actor & Producer Known for "So Close to Perfect" & "Wastelander"