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October 2019, “Haudenosaunee Influence on Women’s Rights Movement” a panel discussion with Betty Lyons, Sandra Bigtree, and Sally Roesch-Wagner October 2019, Saving, Protecting Mother Earth for the Seventh Generation unborn, a Syracuse University Law School panel with Betty Lyons and Jake Edwards May 2019, Syracuse University Law School Panel with Tadodaho Sid Hill and Betty Lyons April 2019, Environmental Law Review Symposium Protecting Tribal Land, Water, and Resources. Fordham Law Symposium. March 26, 2019, Leaders of Color Lunch Series SU Law, hosted by Inclusion Initiative Committee, Student Affairs & Native American Law Student Association. Guest Speakers: Betty Lyons, Executive Director of the American Indian Law Alliance and Tadodaho Sidney Hill, Haudenosaunee Confederacy. March 2019, Imposed Borders. March 2019, The Women’s Suffrage Movement by Academic Initiatives and Strategic Innovation. January 2019, Members of Diversity Council, Chancellor’s Workgroup and Sustainability Management Tour Great Law of Peace Center. November 2018, Iona College. October 2018, Cazenovia College talk. Peoples SOTU. October 2017, Wooden Stick Festival. September 2007: Featured Speaker, “Roots of Peacemaking: Indigenous Values, Global Crisis” October 2007: Attended Meeting with “Friends of the Earth” February 2008: Workshop on the “Implementing the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples” and the “North American Caucus” November 2008: “Rights Denied: the Struggle for the Sacred and the Sovereign” presented by the NorthEast Two-Spirit Society January 2009: Honored at the Spirit Awards Dinner organized by the American Indian Community House March 2009: Panelist “Mobilizing for Survival” hosted by the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian in New York March 2009: Lecture “UN Permanent Forum Haudenosaunee Roundtable” at Cornell University October 2009: Participated in Panel Discussion on Violence Against Women hosted by the University of Connecticut at Avery Point October 2009: Visited Ottawa, Canada as the North American Regional Representative to the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues November 2009: Participated in “Indigenous People’s Rights: Promotion and Implementation of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples” December 2009: Attended “Indigenous Assembly: Parliament of the World’s Religions” in Melbourne, Australia February 2010: Introduction and Q&A for “For the Rights of All: Ending Jim Crow in Alaska” March 2010: Attended Canadian Human Rights Tribunal on First Nations Child Welfare April 2010: Special Honoree at “Surviving Three Generations of Removal” at the American Indian Community House in New York City April 2010: Panelist for James Cameron’s “Real Life ‘Pandoras’ on Earth: Indigenous Peoples Urgent Struggles for Survival June 2010: Participated in “2010 National Sacred Places Prayer Days” for Protect Native American Sacred Places November 2010: Film Screening and Panel Discussion of “Indigenous Peoples and the United Nations” November 2010: Speaker, “Human Rights and Indigenous Peoples” at the Centuries of Change: State of the Native Nations Symposium December 2010: Attended the Security Council Closing Reception at the United States Mission to the United Nations January 6-8, 2011: Barbareno Chumash Meeting March 19-20, 2011: North American Indigenous Peoples Caucus, Blue Lake, California March 13-14, 2011: Regional Hearing on the Impact of the Doctrine of Discovery presented by the National Human Rights Commission of the Peoples of the United States , Phoenix, Arizona May 2011: Side-Event, Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, “The Doctrine of Discovery: Preparing for 2012” October 2017: Wooden stick festival.