Online Trainings & Webinars

New Mexico Navajo-Hopi COVID relief team volunteers picking up supplies on April 10th, 2020 in Gallup NM for distribution to elders and vulnerable families. Photo by Janene Yazzie.
New Mexico Navajo-Hopi COVID relief team volunteers picking up supplies on April 10th, 2020 in Gallup NM for distribution to elders and vulnerable families. Photo by Janene Yazzie.

IITC’s webinar series  “The Rights of Indigenous Peoples in the time of COVID-19” focuses on human rights violations that are contributing to COVID-19’s impacts in Indigenous territories, and how some governments are using this pandemic to carry out additional violations which further threaten our physical, spiritual and environmental health.  The weekly webinars will take place each Friday beginning on April 24th, 2020. They will feature presentations by Indigenous experts from the United Nations and Indigenous Nations addressing key areas of urgent concern for their Peoples, as well as solutions and responses for a more sustainable future “post-COVID”.

English/Spanish interpretation will be provided. Click here for information about how to use Zoom’s webinar interpretation feature for those joining online.

California Indian Day 2020: “Gold, Greed and Genocide, 20 Years Later”

September 25 @ 9:00 am10:00 am PDT

Moderator and Introduction: Morning Star Gali, Pit River Nation Cultural Opening: Radley Davis, Pit River Nation, California Additional Panelists to be announced   For more information: [email protected] To find out…

Looking Ahead to Life After COVID (Part 6)

September 25 @ 11:00 am12:30 pm PDT

What Have We Learned? What Should We Keep and Strengthen? What Do We Need to Change or Let Go Of?   (Click HERE to find your time zone)   PRESENTATIONS BY OUR…

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