CNA joins conversation on climate change in the Arctic
Updated: Mar 3, 2022
Two members of CNA recently had the honor to meet Olga Ulturgasheva, an Indigenous Professor from Siberia who is teaching at Princeton University. Kelley (Dakota Sioux) and Arla (ally) met her at a reception at Princeton University. Pastor John Norwood, (Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape) and his daughter Trinity, welcomed her to Lenape Tribal territory, Lenapehoking, where Princeton is located.
We are pleased to share this opportunity to attend or stream this event with Olga Ulturgasheva and Simon Morrison
Left: Kelley Bashew and Pastor John Norwood at the reception receiving gifts from Olga Ulturgasheva
Right: Pastor Norwood receiving gift from Olga Ulturgasheva
We acknowledge Pennsylvania exists on the tribal lands of the Delaware, Erie, Haudenosaunee, Lenape, Munsee, Shawnee, and Susquehannock.