Britnae Purdy
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Britnae is a first year graduate student at George Mason University, where she is studying Global Affairs with concentrations in Global Health and Women’s Studies. As First Peoples’ communications assistant, Britnae enjoys combining her interests in writing and culture to help others learn more about Indigenous Peoples and issues.

More and More, Indigenous Crops Are Being Celebrated Across the Globe

Anti-GMO movement is enjoying both wide-spread publicity and legal wins

Indigenous Peoples Stand Up to Save Native Corn

A recent conference encouraged unity among indigenous communities, restore traditional economies, and ensure the survival of all native varieties of corn.

3 Reasons You Need to Support Indigenous Peoples, Even If You Are Not Indigenous

Your trendy new tea or super-fruit of the month was most likely discovered by Indigenous Peoples long before they hit your grocery store shelf.