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Indigenous Led Regenerative Economy Indigenize #SOCAP17

  • The Long Now Foundation | The Interval Fort Mason Landmark Building A, 2 Marina Blvd San Francisco (map)

Join the Dialogue for an Indigenous Led Regenerative Economy on the eve of #SOCAP17.

Start SOCAP17 on Indigenous Peoples Day!

As we prepare for some of the world’s most important conversations in the transition to a regenerative economy, be inspired by 10,000 years of successful indigenous stewardship in an (early) evening of connection, cuisine and critical conversations.

For the past 10 years, SOCAP has been in the vanguard of the emerging global impact economy — convening ideas and capital to catalyze positive change. With 3000 expected attendees in 2017, it’s the world’s largest network of investors, entrepreneurs, and social impact leaders addressing the world’s toughest challenges through market-based solutions.

Some key points will be raised with an 8 minute film, The Occupation of Alcatraz that sparked an American Revolution, highlights the lifelong activism of key panelist, Dr. La Nada War Jack, from her journey as a student organizer in 1969 during the Indians of all Tribes occupation of Alcatraz island and in 2016, to the Standing Rock reservation opposing the DAPL pipeline.

Moderated by Alaskan Native, David Karabelnikoff (Ambassador of Digital Smoke Signals, key social media activists at #NoDAPL); additional panelists and co-hosts include leading Rights of Nature organizer Shannon Biggs of Movement Rights; Melissa K. Nelson PhD is a Native ecologist -CEO of The Cultural Conservancy; "Coyote Woman", a Mutsen Ohlone; and more...