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Climate Change and Indigenous Arts.

Climate Change and Indigenous Arts

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The Consulates General of Canada in Atlantaand Miami, in partnership with the Coasts, Climates, the Humanities, and the Environment Consortium and the University of Georgia Institute of Native American Studies, invite you to an online event series this Fall on climate change and environmental justice, in the particular context of Indigenous coastal communities in Canada and the United States Southeast.

Please register in advance at the links below the event description.

Conversation Two

Climate Change and Indigenous Arts

Dr. LeAnne Howe (Moderator): Eidson Distinguished Professor in American Literature, Department of English, and Director, Institute of Native American Studies, University of Georgia

Beth Roach: U.S. Accelerator Program Lead, Women’s Earth Alliance; Co-founder, Alliance of Native Seedkeepers

Carla Hemlock: Kanienkehaka – Mohawk, Textile and Mixed Media Artist

Jennifer Foerster: Poet of German, Dutch, and Mvskoke descent; member, Mvskoke (Creek) Nation of Oklahoma

Janet Rogers: Poet, Media Producer and owner and editor of Ojistoh Publishing

Marianne Nicolson: Artist activist of the Musgamakw Dzawada’enuxw First Nations, part of the Kwakwaka’wakw (Kwak’wala speaking peoples) of the Pacific Northwest Coast; Trained in both traditional Kwakwaka’wakw forms and culture and contemporary gallery and museum-based practice.

Registration is available here.

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