Indigenous Foodways and Responsible Solidarity
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About the event
In advance of this year’s Thanksgiving holiday, please join us for an important and engaging panel discussion about Indigenous foodways and responsible solidarity.
Panelists will include:
Iakowi:he’ne’ Oakes, Kanien:ke’ha’/Mohawk woman, mother, cultural curator, leader, artist, activist, athlete, and coach; founder of the North American Indigenous Center of New York
Alastair Lee Bitsóí, Diné (Navajo) Southern Utah reporter for The Salt Lake Tribune, co-editor of New World Coming: Frontline Voices on Pandemics, Uprisings and Climate Crisis
Alex Jimerson, Hodinöšönih, belonging to the Wolf Clan of the Seneca Nation/Onöndowa’ga:’ , apprentice in the Seneca Language Revitalization movement
Angelo Baca, Diné (Navajo) and Hopi filmmaker, cultural resources coordinator at Utah Diné Bikéyah, PhD. candidate in Sociocultural Anthropology at NYU
Logan Jacobs, Haliwa-Saponi & Coharie graduate student at Gallatin, Program Coordinator the NYU-Yale American Indian Sovereignty Project at NYU Law, President of the Native & Indigenous Alumni Network
In conversation with Cammie Kim Lin, Clinical Assistant Professor of Liberal Studies
Brought to you by Liberal Studies Student Affairs and the Liberal Studies Cultural & Social Identities concentration, with support from the Native Studies Forum; the Liberal Studies Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion committee; and the Steinhardt Equity, Belonging, & Action Team.
This event is open to the NYU community and their guests - registration required. Register via Zoom here. Please register for this meeting through Zoom with your NYU email address to receive meeting link and details.
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