Raven will be visiting with award winning Native Hawai’ian filmmaker and journalist Anne Keala Kelly.
Anne Keala Kelly (’06-’07) is a filmmaker and journalist focusing on Hawaiian political and cultural issues, indigenous peoples and the environment. Keala co-produced “The Other Hawai’i,” a 30-minute television news program for Al Jazeera English’s “Inside USA”; she has filed stories from Kathmandu, Geneva and her home in Hawai’i, and her articles and essays have been published in The Nation, Indian Country Today, American Indian Quarterly, the Honolulu Weekly and other journals. Keala has also produced documentaries and short features for radio, which have aired on the Pacifica Network’s Free Speech Radio News and NPR’s The Environment Report. Keala’s first feature length film, “Noho Hewa: The Wrongful Occupation of Hawai’i,” has received international film festival awards and will be distributed online beginning in April 2012 She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Terry Williams Bio
Terry Williams has served since 1982 as a Fisheries, Natural Resources, and Treaty Rights Office Commissioner for the Tulalip Tribes, in Marysville, Washington.
Since 1985, he has also served on the Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission (NWIFC) and the Pacific Fisheries Management Council, and since 1997 he has been a member of the Pacific Salmon Commission.
He was the director of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s American Indian Environmental Office in 1995-96, and served as chair of the Tribal Committee of the National Environmental Justice Advisory Committee in 2003-04. In 1997, the Secretary for Policy and International Affairs Office of the U.S. Department of the Interior-appointed Williams to represent Indigenous peoples on the U.S. delegation to the United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity. He served in 1985-95 on the Puget Sound Water Quality Authority, Williams has received the Washington State Environmental Award and the Seventh Generation Legacy Award for his work, and he was a for the Buffett Award for Indigenous Leadership in 2004.
In 2011, he was appointed in 2009 to the Governor’s Cap and Trade Committee, he was appointed to a federal committee to develop the National Fish, Wildlife, and Plants Climate Adaptation Strategy. In 2012, he was appointed to the Governor’s Blue Ribbon Committee on Ocean Acidification, the Department of Agriculture National Genetic Resources Advisory Council, and the National Ocean Council Puget Sound Task Force. He has been active for the past 20 years on climate change and adaptation issues concerning Tribal trust resources.
Terry Williams Bio
We Have our History to Tell. The panel is to bring and gain an understanding, through Indigenous perspective a sense of place.
Robert Satiacum, Puyallup
Marvin Kempf, Snoqualmie
Colleen Jollie,Turtle Mountain Chippewa Darrell Phare, Lummi
Jewell James, Lummi Tiokasin Ghosthorse, Lakota
Linley B. Logan,Tonawanda, Seneca
Gary Galbreath, host/producer of “View from the Shore.”
Brian Frisina,aka Raven Redbone host/producer of “Make No Bones About It.”
Make No Bones About It and View from the Shore you can listen on the air on October 27th, from 4-8 pm “Indigenous Perspective, Story and Sense of Place”. www.kaosradio.org
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