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Elizabeth Taylor-Schiro
51:18
Currently reading In The Light of Justice! <3 A very accessible and enlightening read.
Glenn Page
56:48
Here’s the UNDRIP Briefing Paper: https://www.un.org/development/desa/indigenouspeoples/wp-content/uploads/sites/19/2016/10/Briefing-Paper-on-Indigenous-Peoples-Rights-and-the-2030-Agenda.pdf
Glenn Page
58:30
Here’s the link to Eval Indigenous: https://www.evalpartners.org/evalindigenous/about
Sofia Locklear
59:19
WOOO!!! Best conference ever! Amazing Indigenous evaluators.
Serge Eric Yakeu Djiam
01:00:28
very great Nicky
Serge Eric Yakeu Djiam
01:01:36
and EvalYear+5 is on the way 2020 (Post EvalYear 2015)
Robert
01:03:31
Long way to go in Canada, but the momentum is there to make change.
Glenn Page
01:06:23
Link to Story about 2019 UN Report: https://truthout.org/articles/un-report-says-indigenous-sovereignty-could-save-the-planet/
matt
01:11:50
I'm just a dabbler in many fields, but in several fields now I don't seen any mention or defense of the standard scientific concept of objectivity. I know it has problems, but I'm nervous about its apparent abandonment. Relatedly, I don't see why Elizabeth Warren had to apologize for doing something apparently objective.
Elizabeth Taylor-Schiro
01:17:24
Is objectivity "standard science"? From a western lens, possibly and particularly prior to the 21st century. From an Indigenous lens, everything is integrated and impacts one another, not necessarily in a negative way but in a way that definitely requires acknowledgement. Ignoring those impacts is dangerous, something that "scientists" have begun to recognize. Elizabeth Warren doing something viewed as "objective" is exactly the problem. She did not think about or acknowledge the impact her actions were having on Indigneous peoples.
Glenn Page
01:17:48
Please join the global Blue Marble Evaluation Network: Here’s a survey to get started: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/5MTWDBF
Research and Evaluation LT
01:18:19
Mahalo
Serge Eric Yakeu Djiam
01:18:29
Fabulous
Elizabeth Taylor-Schiro
01:19:07
Miigwech Nicky!
KaYing
01:19:38
Nicky, you mentioned that it may take years to refine the theory for tribal critical systems evaluation. What kind of challenges will need to be worked through -- to get the theory where you want it?
krisannamachtmes
01:19:43
Excellent presentation
matt
01:19:52
So it is wrong to do DNA testing period, or OK if implications are forseen and addressed?
Sofia Locklear
01:20:52
I suggest reading Kimberly TallBears “Native American DNA” book….I think that may help! DNA tests don’t really tell us what we think they do. False advertising and complex issues of Native identity…short answer
John N Murray
01:21:25
So much gratitude Nicky! Thank you for taking time today to share with us.
KaYing
01:22:49
thanks Nicky for sharing your wisdom and challenging the field to be better.
Carolyn Camman
01:23:23
Nicky, you are an inspiration! Thank you for sharing your journey and your wisdom with us
Serge Eric Yakeu Djiam
01:23:31
Great answer Nicky, beautiful
Sofia Locklear
01:24:39
Preach! Thank you Nicky!!!!! Love hearing powerful Native women!
Julia Coffman
01:25:11
Thank you so much, Nicky. This was incredible.
Tom Grayson
01:25:47
Thank you…very educational. You have awakened my mind and soul to recognizing and realizing who Indigenous people. are
beverlyparsons
01:25:54
Thanks, Nicky. Very grateful for your wisdom and sharing.
Sofia Locklear
01:25:59
I’d also like to add that “western scientific objectivity” is anything but objective at all. Whose agenda is it pushing
marcianation
01:26:09
Thank you, Nicky. Tremendous food for thought, especially since my teenager son asked me today why we can’t just stop and put the care of the Earth at the center of everything we do.
Robert
01:27:08
Thanks Nicky for a wonderful discussion. It is great to have an open and honest dialogue.
matt
01:27:33
Throwing out objectivity is dangerous. How are you accountable, how do you avoid confirmation bias? It is also not consistent with interdisciplinary thinking.
Jessica.d
01:27:45
Could someone share a reference for "Skin in the Game"?
richardm
01:27:49
thanks Nicky!
Carolyn Camman
01:27:56
Matt, you may be interested in exploring concepts of relational accountability as an alternative
matt
01:28:42
Thanks, Carolyn. I'll take a peek.
Carolyn Camman
01:28:45
Shawn Wilson’s “Research Is Ceremony” is a very clear outline of an Indigenous research paradigm with a different way of ensuring accountability based on a different worldview than the Western perspective
Lisa
01:28:51
Inspiring evaluation Nicole. Please keep coming to Canada!
Marah Moore
01:28:51
Thanks Nicky!
Federico Bellone
01:28:53
Thank you!!!
Jennifer Jewiss
01:29:10
Thanks, Nicky. I especially appreciate the “interdependent evaluation ecosystem”