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Foreword by Michael Roberts
Introduction by Steve Dubb
Part I: Indigenous Perspectives on Philanthropy
Introduction to Part I
Chapter 1: A Call for Action
Raymond Foxworth
Chapter 2: Rising Movements
Valerie Segrest, Lisa Wilson, Brooke Mosay Ammann
Chapter 3: Changing Harmful Philanthropic Practices
Sarah EchoHawk and Trisha Moquino
Chapter 4: Rebalancing Money and Power [these two articles will be combined in one chapter]
Sarah Kastelic and Sherry Salway Black
Part II: Protecting the Environment
Introduction to Part II
Chapter 5: Fire, Forests, and Our Lands
Hilary Renick
Chapter 6: Our Bodies Are the Front Lines
Annita Luchesi
Chapter 7: Fisheries and Stewardship
Brenda Asuncion, Miwa Tamanaha, Kevin K.J. Chang, and Kim Moa
Chapter 8: Heathy Land, Healthy Food
A-dae Romero Briones
Part III: Indigenous Perspectives on Environmental Justice
Introduction to Part III
Chapter 9: Preserving Our Place
Chantelle Comardelle
Chapter 10: Reconciling the Past
Trisha Kehaulani Watson-Sproat
Chapter 11: Regeneration—from the Beginning
A-dae Romero Briones
Chapter 12: Becoming Earth’s Stewards Again
Native Peoples Action
Chapter 13: Fire and the Coast Salish
Samuel Barr
Chapter 14: Climate: A Hopi Story
Monica Nuvumsa
Part IV: Building Native Economies, Toward an Indigenous Economics
Introduction to Part IV
Chapter 15: The Long Outwaiting for Economic Justice
Raymond Foxworth
Chapter 16: Moving beyond the Five Cs of Lending
Jaime Gloshay and Vanessa Roanhorse
Chapter 17: Rewriting the Rules for Trust Lands
Lakota Vogel
Chapter 18: Helping Native Business Owners Thrive
Heather Fleming
Chapter 19: Building Community through Finance
Fern Orie
Chapter 20: Radical Economics
Vanessa Roanhorse
Afterword [Carly Badheart Bull, Native Ways Federation]
About the Editors
About the Contributors

About the Author

Raymond Foxworth (Navajo) serves as program director at the Henry Luce Foundation. Previously, he served for over 15 years at First Nations Development Institute in various capacities, most recently as Vice President, where he oversaw national grant-making activities to Native nonprofits and tribal entities, fundraising activities, and all communications functions. Steve Dubb is senior editor of economic justice at NPQ, where he writes articles, moderates webinars, and works to cultivate voices from the field and help them reach a broader audience. Before that, he worked with cooperatives and nonprofits for over two decades, including twelve years at The Democracy Collaborative and three years as executive director of North American Students of Cooperation.

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