Vermont Peace Conference 2018: Keynote Speaker - Beata Tsosie-Peña

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Beata Tsosie-Peña is the keynote speaker for the day. She is from Santa Clara Pueblo and El Rito, NM.  She is a mother, poet, seed saver, and is certified in infant massage, as an educator, and in permaculture design. She is also a Green For All Fellow and has served on several local community boards. The realities of living next to a nuclear weapons complex has called her into environmental health and justice work with the local non-profit organization Tewa Women United for the last ten years. As part of her work with TWU she is currently managing the creation of the Española Healing Foods Oasis demonstration garden.

The VT Peace Conference is hosted by the Peace and Justice Center.

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