Indigenous people can call on prophecies to deal with climate change
Civilizations worldwide have collapsed as a direct or indirect result of climate change. And indigenous people can look to their ancestors' stories and prophecies to help guide survival through the current weather fluctuations.
That was a message John Mohawk delivered as the opening speaker at the Ancient Voices -- Contemporary Contexts Forum at Bemidji State University on Friday.
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