The Elders of Bears Ears Study Guide /63

The Elders of Bears Ears Study Guide /63

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Delve into For the Wild’s first podcast study guide to deepen your understanding of the complex cultural and political landscape of Bears Ears, a sacred place of shared stewardship and heritage for the sovereign indigenous nations of Pueblo of Zuni, Hopi Tribe, Navajo Nation, Ute Mountain Tribe, and Ute Indian Tribe. Building upon our conversation with Angelo Baca —documentary filmmaker, NYU PhD student, and Utah Diné Bikéyah resource coordinator— we invite you to think critically about the unfolding assault on our public breathing spaces and what you can do to honor sacred lands and the first peoples who stem from them.

  • What you get: A 20-page study guide in PDF format

  • The first guide is free– Enter code BEARSEARS during checkout to download for free, or make a donation of $4.

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For The Wild's Podcast: We explore the critical ideas of our time and parlay them into action for the defense and regeneration of natural communities. Key topics include the rediscovery of wild nature, ecological renewal and resistance, and healing from the trauma of individualistic society. We will travel deep into ancient forests, align with the struggles and ways of Earth-based people, and rekindle the mysteries of intuition. We will join today’s brightest visionaries in this momentous work of reimagining a world where humanity can find its way back into the web of life.

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For The Wild is fiscally sponsored by Earth Ways Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Any funds donated toward this Study Guide will directly support the educational and restoration projects at For The Wild.