The four tracks and their goals are:
- The indigenous track seeks to understand the current state of the movement for indigenous rights, dreaming and strategizing on where it could go, and to take deeper dives into what unique tactics are available to our community.
- The Rights of Nature track hopes to build a national network of groups using the Rights of Nature theory of change and its intersections with indigenous rights. There will be an additional day of meetings on the 19th for an intertribal meeting on the Rights of Nature.
- The skills based and technical trainings tracks aim to create a baseline understanding of frameworks for white allyship, allyship between communities of color, communications strategies and impacts testing.