S2 E13: Indigenous Healing (Part 2) with Maya Henderson

Maya B. Henderson is a member of the Seneca-Cayuga Nation of Oklahoma, and is also of Choctaw, German, and Welsh descent. Maya is a Ph.D. student in the Dept. of Geography at the University of Georgia. Her work is at the intersection of climate justice, settler-colonial cities, and Indigenous resistance and futures. She aims to understand how climate change and climate action are enrolled in reinforcing and/or contesting settler-colonial cities. She maintains that her work must also uplift Indigenous peoples and nations continuous efforts against settler-colonialism. Therefore, moving forward she aims for her work to be attentive to tribal sovereignty in the context of urban climate action because cities are Indigenous lands.

Follow Maya on social media

Twitter: @mayahenderson33

Instagram: maya__henderson

Photo Credit: Seneca-Cayuga Nation via morescnation.com

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