Brett Ramey

"There is no separation between the health of the environment and the health of our human communities."

Conservation leader Brett Ramey, member of the Iowa Tribe of Kansas and Nebraska, joins Sarah to discuss environmental (in)justice and how our identities can shape the preservation of the planet.

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From: Lawrence, Kansas

Current home: Seattle, Washington

Brett Ramey (Iowa Tribe of Kansas and Nebraska) is an educator and organizer working at the intersections of environmental, cultural, and community health. His work is grounded in reclaiming and upholding knowledge systems that honor relationships and responsibilities to lands and waters. He serves as director of the Doris Duke Conservation Scholars Program at the University of Washington, a community of young people who aim to transform the face, practice, and future of conservation.