Cassidy Daniel

Cassidy Miligruak Daniel (formerly Kramer) is an Inuk and grew up with a blend of traditional Iñuit and modern practices. Since early childhood, Cassidy has learned to live off the land and has seen evidence of changes in her environment due to global warming. She is a Caleb Scholar, a program that is continuing her grandfather’s work of bridging Indigenous knowledge with scientific research. Cassidy speaks on behalf of Iñuit and Iñuit youth of Alaska at conferences throughout the U.S. and internationally. Her roles as an Indigenous youth include teaching our younger generations while advocating for the conservation of her environment and Inuk way of life.

Affiliation: Climate & Indigenous Rights Advocate, Alaska, USA


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