Join NLC on Tuesday, October 4, 2022, from 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm ET for a conversation with Indigenous local elected officials and experts to explore the history of Indigenous Peoples in their cities, towns, and villages and the steps that can be taken to reconcile the past and proactively promote healing and justice for Tribal Nations. This webinar will provide a detailed and interactive overview of NLC’s newest Municipal Action Guide: Roadmap to Repair: A Guide to How Cities Can Acknowledge and Address the History of Harm to Indigenous Peoples, Rebuild Trust, and Repair Relationships.

Join us to learn more about the rich content of this unique guide, including:

  • Accounting for Historical and Modern Diversity 
  • Accounting for a History of Harm and Erasure 
  • Reflecting on Supreme Court decisions that have impacted the trajectory of Indigenous Persons for nearly two centuries
  • Understanding today’s Indigenous community challenges
  • Acknowledging Municipal Case Studies on a wide range of topics – from keeping communities safe to achieving land return, addressing and resolving cases of missing and murdered Indigenous Persons, formal Nation-to-Municipal relations, land acknowledgments, recognizing Indigenous Peoples Day, and more

Speakers Include:

  • Councilmember Doreen Garlid, Tempe, Arizona
  • Councilmember Chris Roberts, Shoreline, Washington
  • Shawna Davie, Director, Race, Equity And Leadership (REAL), NLC
  • Mari Hicks, Senior Program Specialist, Race, Equity And Leadership (REAL), NLC