Featured Session: Women Who Embody Revolution Through Storytelling

Mar 10, 2024

4:00pm – 5:00pm CT

In the midst of climate crisis, fast-paced news, social media, and increasing disconnection, hope is found in community-driven stories. Little Indian Girl, a new storytelling collective, discusses the future of storytelling and the power of narrative sovereignty with women, Indigenous and two-spirit artists, and Earth guardians who embody revolution through art. When knowledge and culture is preserved, we create tangible solutions for the next generations. When power and resources are given to communities to tell our own stories, we have the power to shift narratives to change the world.

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photo of Rosario Dawson
Rosario Dawson

The Rio Dawn Foundation

photo of Tara Houska
Tara Houska

Giniw Collective

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Gingger Shankar

Little Indian Girl

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