A Platform Promoting Place-based Indigenous Knowledges, Indigenized Research and Future Generations
Joshua Dennis is Diné from northern New Mexico. He recently finished his undergraduates degree in Mathematics at the University of Washington, Tacoma and has been accepted into the Evergreen State College Masters of Environmental Studies. His work has been drawing him toward climate justice work with tribes in the Pacific Northwest and the struggle for the Rights of Mother Nature. He intends to continue to help his Indigenous relatives until he finishes his education at which time he hopes to return to his homelands to raise sheep and fight for Indigenous Peoples' sovereignty through strengthening relationships with the land/water, animal, and plant relatives.