Decolonizing Sustainability: Amplifying Indigenous Perspectives and Transforming Sustainability Discourse Speaker Series Registration Form
This speaker series will highlight and unpack intersections of settler colonialism, white supremacy, and systems of power/privilege/oppression within the discourse and rhetoric of contemporary sustainability, environmental, and climate change movements. Each event will feature a broad overview of a selected sustainability topic delivered by HSU Native American Studies faculty, and then will move into an intimate panel discussion among experts from the field. Audience members are encouraged to engage with a parallel recommended reading for each talk and will be given time for questions at the end of each discussion. This series is intended to serve as a deep dive into problematic and harmful discourse(s) of sustainability with the goal of moving toward a decolonial sustainability movement that amplifies Indigenous sovereignty and experience.
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Oct 13 - We Have Always Been Scientists: Western Science, Sustainability & the Delegitimization of Indigenous Knowledge Systems (Indigenous Peoples Week)
Oct 20 - Nobody Asked You John Muir: Settler Colonial Environmentalism, White Supremacy & Sustainability
Oct 27 - Colonialism Is Not Over: Green Colonialism & Sustainability from the TMT to the Terra Gen Wind Project
Nov 3 - Indigenous Knowledge Cannot Be Treated As A Back Up Plan: Indigenous Collaboration, Sustainability & Decolonization - Brittani Orona & Esme G. Murdock
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