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David Hall, Ph.D.

An Economy Congruent with Culture by Guujaaw (Haida)
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Excerpt of an interview with Guujaaw (Haida): Guujaaw speaks to the importance of the land in meeting the needs of the Haida people, and of having an economy that works with his people's focus on the multigenerational aspects of life.
This clip is part of a series exploring the meaning of sustainability from the perspectives of indigenous leaders from the bioregion of Salmon Nation.
See Native Perspectives on Sustainability project.

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Leaders as Spotlights by Wilson Justin (Althsetnay, Athabascan)
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Excerpt of an interview with Wilson Justin (Althsetnay, Athabascan):  Justin shares his view of what entails true leadership, and he cites the need for a new generation of leaders at all levels of society. People who illuminate issues and have moral courage and speak out.

This clip is part of a series exploring the meaning of sustainability from the perspectives of indigenous leaders from the bioregion of Salmon Nation. See the Native Perspectives on Sustainability project .

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Value in long-term relationships by Jeannette Armstrong (Syilx, Okanagan)
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Excerpt of an interview with Jeannette Armstrong (Syilx, Okanagan) from the Native Perspectives on Sustainability project with complete transcript at nativeperspectives.net. Armstrong speaks to the loss of community and the value of building long-term relationships with people and place. NativePerspectives November 20, 2009

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Personal Restoration by Roberta "Bobbie" Conner (Cayuse)
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Excerpt of an interview with Roberta "Bobbie" Conner (Cayuse) from the Native Perspectives on Sustainability project with complete transcript at nativeperspectives.net. Conner speaks to the importance of developing intimate relationships with local landscapes and other species.NativePerspectives December 10, 2009

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Use of the Term Sustainability - Larry Merculieff
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Excerpt of an interview with Larry Merculieff (Aleut) from the Native Perspectives on Sustainability project (www.nativeperspectives.net). Merculieff critiques the use and meaning of the term "sustainability," and he speaks to the potential for human beings to draw upon our inherent intelligence to live in alignment with all of creation.

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Our Language is a Gift by Shawn Yanity (Stillaguamish)
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Excerpt of an interview with Shawn Yanity (Stillaguamish) from the Native Perspectives on Sustainability project. Yanity speaks to the Stillaguamish view that language is a sacred gift that should be used to uplift others. He contrasts that view with the "mud-slinging" of modern politics. Visit www.nativeperspectives.net for complete transcript of interview.

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Cultural Sustainability by Nichole Maher (Tlingit)
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Excerpt of an interview with Nichole Maher (Tlingit) from the Native Perspectives on Sustainability project  Maher discusses the idea of cultural sustainability in terms of focusing on preserving the strengths and gifts of indigenous cultures and instilling youth with a sense of responsibility and belonging. See http://www.nativeperspectives.net 

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