On Hunting, Pilgrimage, and Caring For the Self in Others

What are we to do when traditional practices, both Native and non, come into conflict with a rapidly urbanizing world, in which an ever growing list of creatures is endangered or threatened? How are we to continue subsistence practices that are essential to the maintenance of Self, both individual and collective? How are we to understand and resolve conflicts between traditional, subsistence practices, and the desires of a largely urban, increasingly resource hungry, population, when those very urban desires serve to further the agendas of racist and classist elements in the culture, to the detriment of Natives and rural families?