March 09

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Welcome Vipul Bakshi, Assistant Project Manager at NIIT GIS Ltd (ESRI India) to IndigMapNetwork on LinkedIn! http://bit.ly/Lvvn011:43 PM Mar 31st

Enviro/conference: Maori fisheries http://is.gd/pTbj RT @Indigeneity10:24 PM Mar 31st

Aboriginal culture, Arctic sovereignty explored by Donner Prize finalists http://bit.ly/F4ssV RT @cbcnorth:10:22 PM Mar 31st

South Korean resort to feature Canadian aboriginal village - http://tinyurl.com/c5ray7 RT @drowcliffe10:19 PM Mar 31st

Morongo Band of Mission Indians, donates $10,000 to trust fund for families of slain Oakland officers http://bit.ly/6Ubn87:37 AM Mar 30th

Cobell vs Salazar Land Trust case may head back to court. Cobell argues $170 bill missing/misplaced/mis managed by DOI http://bit.ly/Y4bRS7:31 AM Mar 30th

Utah Transit Authority delay devolpment of FrontRunner commuter rail stop over 3,000 yr old Native American settlement http://bit.ly/18nBuD7:21 AM Mar 30th

1607 Jamestown & the New World compiled by Dennis Montgomery w pg4 Powhatan Indian empire map 1612 Tidewater Virginia gone by 16501:26 PM Mar 28th

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Indigenous Mapping Network: Meeting In Berkeley

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Last Updated on Friday, 20 February 2009 10:23

On Wednesday, February 25, Indigenous Mapping Network will host its first local Bay Area meeting on the U.C. Berkeley campus. The meeting will be held in South Hall, Room 110.

Join us to informally discuss current issues, developments, and opportunities for map making as it relates to Indigenous, Native American, Aboriginal or First Nations peoples. Mapping approaches can include thought-maps, performance, materials, as well as GIS, web, and mobile phone technologies.

There are no dues or fees. Please RSVP at: http://imnatucb.eventbrite.com

Indigenous Mapping Network: 2/25 Berkeley Meeting Flyer


AGENDA

  1. Welcome
  2. Introductions - assessing local interest and activities around indigenous mapping
  3. Discussion - what are current community needs for indigenous mapping?
  4. Overview of next steps and close of meeting
  5. Networking - Please bring business cards to share with others

More information:
Sibyl Diver with the Dept of Environmental Sciences, Policy & Management, sdiver [at] nature [dot] berkeley [dot] edu
Jessica Santana with the School of Information, jsantana [at] ischool [dot] berkeley [dot] edu
Rosemarie McKeon with Indigenous Mapping Network rose [at] indigenousmapping [dot] net
   

Jan 09

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Last Updated on Sunday, 01 February 2009 22:10 Written by Rosemarie McKeon

Welcome William Elliott, GIS Manager at GeoBorealis Spatial Data Management in Canada, to IndigMapNetwork on LinkedIn! http://bit.ly/WELLI about 20 hours ago

Welcome John Rigdon from You are here! Cartography, in California, to Indigenous Mapping Network on LinkedIn! http://bit.ly/uhere about 21 hours ago

@JJSantana, Sibyl Diver & I had lively chat over Ecuadorian food on expanding indigenous mapping discussion 2 CAL campus & beyond! stay tune 10:29 PM Jan 29th

Welcome Patricia L. Reynoso V. International Social Dev/Humanitarian Affairs in DC to IndigMapNetwork on LinkedIn http://bit.ly/SRec 5:30 PM Jan 29th

A moratorium on the sale of ceded lands is top priority for state lawmakers who comprise the Native Hawaiian Caucus http://bit.ly/SBzE 12:21 AM Jan 29th

Welcome Aaron M Greiner, GIS Analyst w City of Des Moines to Indigenous Mapping Network on Linkedin!  http://bit.ly/zBBo 11:30 PM Jan 28th

Sec of Agriculture Vilsack delays implementing Sale/Disposal of Special Forest/Botanical Products Final Ruling to 3/30/09 http://bit.ly/EZj9 9:11 PM Jan 28th

2009 Indigenous Earth Issues Summit No Michigan Univ 4/6/09 http://bit.ly/7odO 9:06 PM Jan 28th

UC Irvine 3wk 9-12 grade program 2 work w Am Indian elders/storytellers & dev computer game tech w traditional stories http://bit.ly/1sOHpC 8:49 PM Jan 28th

JOB San Francisco Planner: plans/administers/directs professional city planning group activity http://bit.ly/lk3Ct 2:16 PM Jan 28th

UW releases tool that verifies authentication of Digital Records, & video archives. Ex: Rwandan genocide/war  interviews http://bit.ly/14OpH 2:06 PM Jan 28th

GIS Terrain Analysis for Hydro-geomorphic Applications Summer Short Course in NY  27-31.07.09 http://bit.ly/4AkR 1:52 PM Jan 28th

Tullahassee Creek Indian Cemetery w 40 known graves centered in Oklahoma Mall parking lot. google map http://bit.ly/EDPr @thisgirlangie thx! 12:55 PM Jan 28th

PRESS RELEASE/American Geographical Society, Bowman Expeditions/Mexico Indigena unrel 2 Human Terrain System controversy http://bit.ly/BJh9 11:17 AM Jan 28th

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Plan – Preserve – Protect

CALL FOR PROPOSALS: PRESENTATIONS, PANELS, PROJECTS, AND WORKSHOPS

Due March 15, 2009

Download Submission Form DOC or PDF

β€œThe map is the site of an intercultural dialogue about who we are and our relationship to the land and to each other.” - Crawhall


Mapping for the sake of mapping does nothing to empower Indigenous people. Mapping, done using a Western framework, continues to marginalize Indigenous voices. Mapping, to extract cultural knowledge without protocols, deprives a community of their dignity and, ultimately, of their cultural identity.

Indigenous Mapping Network believes mapping should reinforce Indigenous knowledge systems and strengthen community control over cultural resources. It should empower communities in its management of environmental knowledge and cultural heritage especially when used to create inter-generational and intercultural dialogues of learning. We invite you to share your mapping, GIS, and planning experiences in a conference/forum setting.

The purpose of the gathering is threefold:
  • 1. Share GIS/mapping stories and solutions
  • 2. Strengthen and expand upon existing and upcoming Tribal GIS/mapping networks
  • 3. Promote discussion and interaction between Tribal people interested in mapping/GIS technologies
Our goal is to assemble Indigenous/Tribal speakers and others working with Indigenous communities who want to bring these discussions to the table:

PLAN
  • Successful integration of mapping/GIS/planning infrastructure
  • Mapping strategies for communicating importance of cultural landscapes
  • Building/Strengthening regional/federal/international mapping networks
PRESERVE
  • Cultural cartographic practices including storytelling, singing, and dancing
  • Using geospatial technologies to identify/evaluate the vulnerability of environmental resources
PROTECT
  • Cultural knowledge systems including medicine
  • Cultural sites including sacred sites of rituals and profane sites of cultural significance
  • Land rights
If you are interested in sharing similar ideas, please email or mail a completed abstract
DOC http://indigenousmapping.net/IMN09AbSub.doc
or PDF http://indigenousmapping.net/IMN09AbSub.pdf
Thank you!
   

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