gkisedtanamoogk speaks with words that fly strong and straight; his counsel is needful, timely, and lasting. He serves on the Maine Wabanaki-State Child Welfare Truth & Reconciliation Commission. His biography, from his own site:
I have many years experience in ‘creative’ ways to bridge the socio-political polarization of the Indigenous Nations of Turtle Island and the newcomer nation-states of North America. It is a remarkable process still unfolding, but with some encouraging signs. My professional background is in human and community development and my interests include Law, History, and Spirituality. i am Wampanoag from the Federation of the Pokaunauket and practice the Ceremonial Life of my People; i am Otter and Turtle Clan; married with three Children; Education and Cultural Specialist and co-founder of the Anikwom Wholelife Center in Maine whose work and proximity correlates to the Wabanaki Confederacy Territories; i am currently adjunct faculty and Still Water Research Fellow for the University of Maine at Orono.