. Mohawk Citizen Lydia Parker Wants to Teach Natives How to Hunt « JO LEE MAGAZINE

NATIVE NEWS ONLINE -Hunters of Color is an organization hosting workshops and mentorship opportunities for Black, Indigenous, and people of color to get reconnected with the outdoors for the sake of conservation, food sovereignty and preservation of ancestral traditions. Lydia Parker, Mohawk, co-founded the organization in 2020. “We say we’re re-connecting people to the outdoors,” Parker, who serves as the group’s executive director, told Native News Online in a Zoom interview from her home in Oregon. “I hear people say ‘introduce’ and that’s not the correct terminology at all because we’ve been out here.”


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