Carol Anne Hilton’s new book might introduce you to a new concept, or at the very least a new word: Indigenomics.
What is Indigenomics? A way of looking at Indigenous economies that does not view them as less developed than colonial economies. It’s also a way of looking at Indigenous economic systems as an alternative to the mainstream economic system that, depending on who you ask, has failed communities throughout the COVID-19 pandemic — and since settlers arrived.
The founder of the Indigenomics Institute, Hilton’s new book advocates for “igniting the $100 billion Indigenous economy” by increasing “the visibility, role, and responsibility of the emerging modern Indigenous economy and the people involved.”
Future of Good’s publisher Vinod Rajasekaran sat down with Hilton to learn more about how Indigenomics can reshape a radically
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