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From Alaska to Chile, tourism is providing Indigenous communities with new ways to generate income, share traditions and preserve their heritage. At the Indigenous Tourism Forum of the Americas, community leaders—along with tourism entrepreneurs, nonprofits and academics—will join together to exchange ideas, forge connections, retrace routes and create opportunities around tourism.

KEYNOTE SPEAKER

Loretta Barrett Oden

Potawatomi Chef, Native American Foods Historian, Educator and Restaurateur. PBS Emmy-Award winning miniseries Seasoned with Spirit: A Native Cook’s Journey

SPONSORS

Interested in becoming a sponsor?
Contact Daniel Dozier at dpd@gwmail.gwu.edu or call (301) 337-1105

ORGANIZERS

Join us on March 17th and 18th for the first ever Indigenous Tourism Forum of the Americas!

Early Bird Registration Available until January 15th!

USD $395 per person

JOIN THE CONVERSATION

Sign up to receive forum updates as well as general
information about Indigenous tourism.

Questions? Please email us at info@indigenoustourismforum.org

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