Activism

With members of the Indigenous environmental justice group "Red Thunder" on the Ft. Belknap reservation, summer 2016.

With members of the Indigenous environmental justice group "Red Thunder" on the Ft. Belknap reservation, summer 2016.

Rosalyn works collaboratively with Indigenous communities to promote positive change. Her longtime passions include revitalizing Indigenous languages, strengthening traditional knowledge, and seeking environmental justice within Indigenous communities.

Revitalizing Indigenous Languages

Strengthening Traditional Knowledge

Seeking Environmental Justice

Previous Activism & Advocacy

  • March for Science, held on April 22, 2017 in Washington, D.C., and in more than 600 cities world wide. With more than a million participants, it was the largest day of science activism in history. Rosalyn helped organized the March for Science and served on the National Steering Committee. She also co-wrote the Indigenous Science Statement.

  • Piegan Institute, a private non-profit on the Blackfeet reservation working to revitalize the Blackfeet language. Rosalyn worked with the Piegan Institute for 15 years as their principle fundraiser & research project coordinator. She raised over $4,000,000.00.

  • NAES College, a private Native controlled college, which offered a B.A. degree in Indigenous Public Policy & Community Development. Rosalyn taught & served as a project coordinator at NAES for 10 years.