Why Some Indigenous Leaders Don't Trust Corporations

New episode from Benevity's Speaking of Purpose podcast.

NORTHAMPTON, MA / ACCESSWIRE / November 8, 2022 / In Season 2, Sona learns about Indigenous cultures and reconciliation. Together with our guests, she unpacks colonization and decolonization, explores the complex relationship between Indigenous Peoples, non-Indigenous people and corporations, and gains a better understanding of Indigenous philanthropy. Subscribe on your favourite podcast app.

Truth Before Reconciliation
Season 2, Episode 1

Guest: Rukka Sombolinggi, Secretary-General of AMAN (Aliansi Masyarakat Adat Nusantara / Alliance of Indigenous Peoples of the Archipelago)


It's no secret that relationships between Indigenous Peoples, governments and corporations all over the world are troubled - in both the past and present. How did this happen? And what does this look like today? We asked Secretary-General of AMAN, Rukka Sombolinggi to share perspectives from the communities she serves.

In this episode, you'll hear stories of Indigenous Peoples in Indonesia, and learn why building trust, authentically and with purpose, is critical to creating and maintaining meaningful partnerships between companies and Indigenous communities. You'll also learn how individuals and consumers can help drive companies to take ethical action, too.

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