Rosalie Rolon-Dow - Associate Professor School of EducationCollege of Education and Human Development
Priscila Rodriguez - Human Rights Lawyer
Cesar Jojaje Eriney - Secretary of FENAMAD in Peru
Carlos Dejaviso Poje - President of the Ese'Eja Nation of Peru
Ese'Eja community leaders Cesar Jojaje Eriney and Carlos Dejaviso Poje joined Associate Professor Rosalie Rolon Dow and human rights lawyer Priscilla Rodriguez to discuss a cultural mapping initiative. This multidisciplinary project centers on the Ese'Eja Nation, an indigenous hunting, gathering and fishing people located in the Amazonian region of Peru. The objectives include documenting the Ese'Eja history and daily life, creating a community plan, and educational programming for Ese'Eja schools, surrounding communities, and internationally through the Amazon Center for Environmental Education and Research.
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