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Our First Scientists: The Power of Native American Represent

Season 27 Episode 60 | 56m 46s

Native Americans are these land's first scientists and innovators. In fact, more than fifty present-day medications used across the globe have been developed using traditional Native medicines. Sarah EchoHawk, a citizen of the Pawnee Nation of Oklahoma, has led AISES as CEO since 2013. Prior to joining AISES, she served as the Executive Vice President of First Nations Development Institute.

Aired: 02/12/23
Extras
Author Jeff Fuhrer knows the narratives used to shape the economy.
A conversation at the City Club of Cleveland about paid leave
Daniel Kerr talks about his latest book Derelict Paradise at the City Club of Cleveland.
Join the City Club in a conversation about suicide prevention and mental health.
Terence Blanchard is in Cleveland for an appearance with The Cleveland Orchestra.
Barbara McQuade discusses real, accessible solutions for countering disinformation.
Just Action co-author Leah Rothstein speaks at the City Club of Cleveland.
Four Cleveland nonprofits receive money from billionaire MacKenzie Scott.
Yusuf Dahl has been on both sides of the struggle to strengthen America’s vulnerable neighborhoods.
Join the Cit Club for a discussion about Greater Cleveland’s future economic and cultural growth.
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Author Jeff Fuhrer knows the narratives used to shape the economy.
A conversation at the City Club of Cleveland about paid leave
Daniel Kerr talks about his latest book Derelict Paradise at the City Club of Cleveland.
Join the City Club in a conversation about suicide prevention and mental health.
Terence Blanchard is in Cleveland for an appearance with The Cleveland Orchestra.
Barbara McQuade discusses real, accessible solutions for countering disinformation.
Just Action co-author Leah Rothstein speaks at the City Club of Cleveland.
Four Cleveland nonprofits receive money from billionaire MacKenzie Scott.
Yusuf Dahl has been on both sides of the struggle to strengthen America’s vulnerable neighborhoods.
Join the Cit Club for a discussion about Greater Cleveland’s future economic and cultural growth.