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Courtney Parker

Courtney Parker holds a PhD from the College of Public Health at the University of Georgia, with a certified specialization in Native American Studies and Indigenous Latin America. She has consulted and advocated for Indigenous communities in numerous countries, and published academic and journalistic articles on emerging issues. Her work has appeared in Intercontinental Cry, The Ecologist, Indian Country Media Network, Fourth World Journal, U.S. News & World Report, the Associated Press and numerous other outlets. She encourages questions and comments on her writing, and may be reached at courtney.parker.tcc@gmail.com.

 
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