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 organizations to promote positive community change. Her longtime passions include environmental justice in Indigenous lands and the revitalization of Indigenous languages. She has worked for 25+ years with national and local Indigenous non-profits. This past year, as a National Steering committee member, she was one of the organizers of the March for Science, the largest day of science advocacy in history, with over one million participants in 600 cities worldwide.

Environmental Justice & Citizen Science

Indigenous Language Advocacy

  • National Coalition of Native American Language Schools and Programs, a national coalition working to influence public policy of Native American languages. Founding member.

  • Saokio Heritage, a community based organization since 2008, aims to educate and advocate for the revitalization of Blackfeet (Amskapi Piikani) traditional knowledge in a modern context. Founder and Director. 

  • Piegan Institute and the late Darrell Robes Kipp (Apiniokiopeta) from 1999 to 2014, raised over $4,000,000.00 for Piegan Institute to revitalize the Blackfeet language.

Interviews with Media