Featuring Keynote Speaker Dallas Goldtooth

Dallas Goldtooth is an Isanti Dakota and Dine man from the village of Cansayapi within the territory of the Oceti Sakowin. He is the national Keep It In The Ground campaigner for the Indigenous Environmental Network, focusing his work on uplifting and supporting frontline Indigenous communities fighting fossil fuel extraction on Indigenous lands. He has traveled extensively across North America as a public speaker and organizer, addressing the needs and issues that affect Indigenous peoples today. He is a film producer, actor, and a comedian. He co-founded The 1491s, an all-indigenous social media group that uses comedy and satire as means of critical social dialogue. He is also a Dakota language activist, cultural teacher and dedicated father. 




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Trailblazer: n. a person who blazes a trail for others to follow.

We're accepting nominations for this year's Trailblazer Award!

Requirements: The PGM ONE Trailblazer Award recognizes a person of the global majority (i.e., a black, indigenous, and or/ a person of a color) who has blazed a trail for others in the environmental, outdoor, and conservation sector; a role model who has carved out a space where we see ourselves reflected in the movement. Any PGM can submit a nomination.