In a roundtable discussion on April 22 at noon PST, Kumeyaay Land Defenders will reflect on questions of environmental history and justice with regards to:
The roundtable will feature SDSU Tribal Liaison and Assistant Professor of American Indian studies Jacob Alvarado Waipuk (San Pasqual Kumeyaay), Jamie LaBrake (Sycuan Kumeyaay), and SDSU student Martha Rodriguez (Baja Kumeyaay), and other Land Defenders. Other topics may include why #LandBack is a vital heuristic for our understanding of environmental justice, how Indigenous leadership is central to environmental history and futures in the context of climate change, and what roles allies or accomplices can play in supporting Indigenous sovereignty as constitutive of past, present, and futures of environmental justice.
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