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031 | Kenneth Deer's Lessons Learned in the Indigenous Movement

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Podcast, I'm bringing you another episode today, this one is with none other than Kenneth Deer, Mohawk, Kahnawake. From my early days at the Working Group on Indigenous Populations I immediately saw that Kenneth is someone people gravitate towards for guidance and wisdom. Over the years I have had the opportunity to observe his style, learn and work with him. For full transparency, I admit that I tried to channel him when I had to take on the role of facilitating Indigenous Peoples' activities at some United Nations processes. 13 years after the UN Declaration I thought it would be a good time for us to sit down and talk a bit....well mostly it was me picking his brain. Please enjoy the episode let me know your takeaways, and don't forget to subscribe and share. Thank you so much!