Angela Comeaux Is a Mvskoke Hokte, of mixed Mvskoke, Chahta, Cherokee, and Creole descent. Angela was born and raised in Bvlbancha (the original Chahta name for New Orleans, Louisiana) and so-called south Louisiana. In 2020, Angela acquired what is now Hummingbird Springs Farm in Florala, Alabama; on ancestral Mvskoke land, which she and her partner are converting into an Indigenous food forest. Angela is a clinical research nurse by trade, is currently enrolled in the Appalachian Center For Natural Health's herbal practitioner program, is a founding member of Bvlbancha Collective and Okla Hina Ikhish Holo, on the board of directors of ASAN (Alabama Sustainable Agriculture Network), and an Environmental and Indigenous rights activist.
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- SEM02. Original Principles of Right Relationship & Indigenous Peoples
September 15, 2022
8:00 AM - Noon