Reclaiming History: Pete Hill, Cayuga Nation

In this episode of Reclaiming History, Lovonia Mallory interviews Pete Hill. He is a citizen of the Cayuga Nation, Heron Clan and the “All Our Relations” Project Director at Native American Community Services of Erie and Niagara Counties, Inc. where he has worked for over 26 years. He has integrated several Native American cultural teachings into project design, strengths-based approaches, and programs designed to help the community to move beyond the impact of historical traumas. Pete has been active in several efforts and coalitions, including the Native American Ending the HIV Epidemic Advisory Group, East Coast Two Spirit Society, Hepatitis Elimination Task Force, Statewide Multicultural Advisory Committee, and Trauma Informed Coalition of Western New York.



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