Historically, Native American communities had methods for dealing with disputes. Peacemaking continues to evolve and takes many forms as each tribe or community establishes and develops a program that is true to its cultural beliefs. The Indigenous Peacemaking Initiative (IPI) contributes to the continuation or revitalization of these traditional ways. This webinar features two renown national leaders of the Indigenous Peacemaking Initiative -- staff attorney, Brett Lee Shelton (Oglala Sioux Tribe) and advisory committee member Cheryl Demmert Fairbanks (Tlingit-Tsimpshian). Together, they will share about IPI's work to support Native peoples in restoring sustainable peacemaking practices through digital archives, training, advocacy, and technical assistance. This webinar will also deepen understanding of the differences and continuities between indigenous peacemaking and restorative justice.