All Program Events

Indigenizing Coastal Conservation

Focusing on ongoing work to fight coastal erosion on the Pacific coast, this panel engages a frank conversation with Native and non-Native ocean conservation practitioners grappling with the complexities of decolonizing and Indigenizing conservation.

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The Colorado River and the Colonial Blindspot

This panel explores the role that Western science plays in naturalizing the colonial intrusions that produced the contemporary water crisis on the Colorado River, revealing solutions to the crisis that are unimaginable from the settler-colonial view.

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We Refuse to Die in Clairton

Join us for an outdoor ceremony and cultural event overlooking the US Steel Clairton Coke Works Plant — one of the worst sources of toxic, cancer-causing industrial air pollution in the nation.

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We Refuse to Die at the Carnegie Museum of Art

We Refuse to Die launches with a multimedia installation at the Carnegie Museum of Art, as well as toxic tours, community rituals and other public events in Clairton, Braddock, East Palestine, and Pittsburgh.

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We Refuse to Die Billboard Campaign

To mark the launch of We Refuse to Die, billboards were installed at key sites of contestation across the Ohio River Valley.

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