Ilarion Merculieff

Interview Topic:

An Indigenous View of the Sacred Feminine

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Ilarion Merculieff is of Unangan (Aleut) heritage, and was born and raised on St. Paul Island in the Bering Sea where he had a fully intact traditional upbringing. He is co-founder and former chairman of the Alaska Indigenous Council on Marine Mammals; former chairman of the Nature Conservancy, Alaska chapter; former co-director of the Native American Fish and Wildlife Society, Alaska chapter; as well as co-founder of the International Bering Sea Forum, the Alaska Forum on the Environment, and the Alaska Oceans Network.

You can learn more about Ilarion on his website: https://www.gcill.org

Ilarion has extended an invitation for all attendees of this conference to join Wisdom Weavers of the World, which is an organization supporting indigenous elders all around the world to share their message for the future of LIFE and health on our planet.

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