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Andrea Carmen Executive Director of the International Indian Treaty Council will join David Hill and myself this Sunday. Much of her work involves expanding the support network for Indians throughout the hemisphere. She speaks fluent Spanish and has extensive experience working with Indigenous Peoples in North and Central America. She recently worked with Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, Rigoberta Menchu, at the First World Summit of Indigenous Peoples held in Guatemala during the coup d'etat. She also was an advisor to the World Council of Churches on their relationship with traditional Indian peoples. She lives in Chickaloon, Alaska and is past coordinator of the Native Alaskan Elders Sovereignty Network as well as current co-coordinator of the Chickaloon Village Environmental Protection Program. She consults with several Indian communities and organizations on economic and community development. She graduated from the U of California in Women's Studies and was selected "Speaker of the Year" by People Are Speaking in San Francisco. Human Rights Work of the Treaty Council at the United Nations Current U.N. Developments Affecting Indigenous People Indian Women & Children'S Rights & Political Participation Traditional Perspectives & Concerns about the Environment The Effects of Development & Toxic/Nuclear Contamination Community-Based Organizing & Assertion of Sovereignty