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Indigenizing Climate Justice, Disrupting Anthropocene Fictions

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Indigenizing Climate Justice, Disrupting Anthropocene Fictions
April 12, 2018 4:10 pm
April 12, 2018 6:00 pm
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Time: 4:10 PM – 6:00 PM
Location: Hart Hall 3201

A Talk by Dr. Kyle Whyte, MSU

Indigenous peoples are among the major contributors to the global climate justice movement. Yet Indigenous futures are rarely featured in public imaginaries of climate crises and the anthropocene. Professor Whyte will discuss wide ranging Indigenous approaches to Indigenous climate justice advocacy, planning, education and critique based on his work as a scholar and activist. The presentation will be relevant to on- and off- campus communities interested in topics ranging from political organizing, Indigenous knowledge systems, decolonial and anti-colonial theory and practice and Indigenous futurisms.

This event is sponsored by the departments of English, Native American Studies


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