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“Confluence Radio: Indigenous Voices of the Columbia River” is a program designed to elevate Indigenous voices in our understanding of the history, cultures and ecology of the Columbia River system. Our episodes have been on topics such as the importance of orca to the Columbia River, how tribes have handled the pandemic, and how the earth calls us to reciprocity, with speakers such as Emily Washines, Wilbur Slockish, and Robin Wall Kimmerer.

About Confluence: Confluence connects you to the history, living cultures, and ecology of the Columbia River system through Indigenous voices. We are a community-supported nonprofit that works through six art landscapes, educational programs, and public gatherings in collaboration with northwest tribes, communities, and the celebrated artist Maya Lin. Learn more and find past episodes at confluenceproject.org

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Lily Hart, Confluence Digital Manager lily@confluenceproject.org