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Panel Discussion with Edgar Villanueva & Sachem HawkStorm on Decolonizing Wealth at the Senate Garage, Kingston, NY

December 1, 2018

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Radio Interview & Podcast with Moccasin Tracks

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From the WRUV FM radio broadcast Nov 30 with Moccasin Tracks. In this podcast we talk with Sachem HawkStorm of the Schaghticoke First Nation about a vision for the future of his Nation that includes a land-based conservation and cultural center. We talk about including the voices of the original peoples and how to be supportive thru “decolonizing wealth”, an ongoing conversation. Find more info:

Music Credits: Mils Santos and Nicatea, En Vida! CD, Songs: OYE! and En Vida! from nutibara and; from Good Mind Records, CD Alnobak; with Dawnland Singers, Nemitokusena (song) and Sandra Sutter from album Cluster of Stars we play The Indian In The Child,

Moccasin Tracks is heard weekly on WRUV FM Burlington with host Deb Reger and friends at and 90.1FM locally. Listen to the archive at to day and time of broadcast) Moccasin Tracks is syndicated weekly thru the Pacifica Radio Network. search for Moccasin Tracks at for programs on the cable network Vermont Media Network.

Radio Interview & Podcast with Moccasin Tracks

Music Credits: Joan Henry, Woman’s Honoring Song from; Joanne Shenandoah, Once In A Red Moon CD, Mother Earth Speaks, Canyon Records: Eastern Medicine Singers, Old School Eastern CD,Tabotne Wutne,; Bear Fox, Gifts CD and song from

Making Peace with the Earth Conference at Omega Institute, Rhinebeck, NY 2018

View Sachem HawkStorm’s Talk here:

Vandana Shiva & Sachem HawkStorm

Preserving 216 Acres of Corbin Hill Video

Pawling, NY

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Sachem HawkStorm singing the Eagle Prayer:

Washington D.C. Climate March 2017

Special coverage of the People’s Climate March in Washington, D.C. Find the full stream at

Sachem HawkStorm starts speaking at 16:19.

Schumacher Center for New Economics Panel, October 2017

On Saturday, November 4th, 2017, Nwamaka Agbo led a panel discussion with Robert Hawk Storm Birch, Karissa Lewis, and Gopal Dayaneni during the 37th Annual E. F. Schumacher Lectures at the Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center in Great Barrington, Massachusetts.  Moderator Nwamaka Agbo (on the left) is a member of Schumacher Center’s board of directors and the Innovation Fellow at the Movement Strategy Center in Oakland, California. Panelists included (from left to right) Robert Hawk Storm Birch,hereditary Sachem (Chief) of the Schaghticoke First Nations people of New York and Connecticut; Karissa Lewis, the Executive Director of the Center for Third World Organizing; and Gopal Dayaneni, member of the staff collective at the Movement Generation Justice and Ecology Project. To support the work of the Schumacher Center, please make a donation here: This event was made possible by sponsorship from the following: The Christopher Reynolds Foundation, Main Street Resources, Plantin’ Seeds Farm Kitchen, Good Work Institute, Available Potential Enterprises (A. P. E.), The David Brower Center, The Myrin Institute, the Capital Institute, and Judy Wicks.

Schumacher Talk

Screening with Panel Discussion of AWAKE by Myron Dewey, February 2018

AWAKE, A DREAM FROM STANDING ROCK, a lively discussion and Q&A with the filmmakers and activists at Purchase College, SUNY, about environmental justice, indigenous rights, colonialism, climate change and the future of energy in America.
One year ago the camps were forcibly cleared on this very day by militarized police forces.

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