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A Platform Promoting Place-based Indigenous Knowledges, Indigenized Research and Future Generations

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Pah-tu Pitt (Warm Springs/Wasco Tribal Memeber) holds Environmental Graduate and undergraduate degrees, believes strongly in climate resiliency efforts, sustainable economic development via Just Transition, justice and prevention for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Relatives, and culturally relevant education opportunities. At University of Washington Tacoma, she's taught courses that center Native contributions and experiences using teaching methods that build community and relationship to place. She has extensive background and experience in Environmental Science, small business, policy, management, and community engagement. Through arts, she brings in themes that align to her advocacy work such as climate justice. She is the parent of Wilx Anayak and spends a lot of time outdoors

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