Full video: An in-depth conversation with Carol Anne Hilton, author of Indigenomics

Hilton’s book releases today, and argues for “igniting a $100 billion Indigenous economy”

Why It Matters

COVID-19 is a health and social crisis, but it’s also an economic crisis. With record high unemployment and poverty rates, and all of this unfolding along gender, race, and other socioeconomic lines, many agree it’s time for a new, far more inclusive — and decolonized economic system. Could Indigenomics be it?

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