REDTalks: Ishpiming ("The Above World")
REDTalks • 34m
In this REDTalk, Melanie Goodchild introduces us to Anishinaabe cosmology and star knowledge.
Dubbed NASA’s Indigenous voice, Melanie Goodchild is a Waterloo researcher who works to bridge Indigenous knowledge with NASA to reduce climate change vulnerability for First Nations communities.
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