In 2010, I began exploring the role of Native American women activists in conserving our public lands, to unveil their contribution to protect our parks’ natural and cultural resources.
Jalajakumari Selvarasa (41) is very duty conscious in a bottle green traditional Shalwar Kameez.
I spent my chldhood in the mountains of Benguet, Philippines where the Ibaloi's and Kankaney's live. My father was one of the engineers in the Binga - Ambuklao electric power grid.
Much of my life thus far seems to have been spent in hearing, honoring and expressing my own voice in the world.