All Virtual Programs

International Indigenous Salmon Symposium

Join us for a live-streamed program of ceremony, song, and speakers from the three Salmon Seas, at a gathering dedicated to building Indigenous-led conservation alliances to restore the salmon at risk of extinction, and the world of relations they bring to life.

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Clean Energy Justice Roundtable

This panel brings together frontline communities, including Indigenous elders from the Pacific Northwest and environmental justice advocates from rural Appalachia and the Gulf South. Drawing on intergenerational knowledge and the lived experience of struggle, speakers will shine a spotlight on the costs, public health impacts, and environmental damage caused by extractive and fossil fuel-based energy initiatives.

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Art, Activism, and Ceremony

Presenters in this event will share their experience in bringing together art, ceremony, and activism in some of the most significant environmental and social justice campaigns over the past decade within and beyond the Pacific Northwest.

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Science in Ceremony Roundtable

The Science in Ceremony roundtable takes as its point of departure the proposition that Indigenous ceremonial knowledge—in the predicates and presuppositions of its protocols and practices—is a science in its own right and on its own terms.

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The Movement to Rename U.S. Mountains, Rivers, Valleys

Thousands of mountains, valleys and rivers located on public lands have names that are derogatory, misogynistic, racist or just plain offensive. Join us for a conversation with grassroots advocates working to change offensive places nearest them, and learn about what you can do to help.

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