International Indigenous Salmon Symposium

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

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Flood Tide of Resistance

The Natural History Museum is pleased to participate in the group exhibition ā€œFlood Tide of Resistanceā€, curated by Oliver Ressler. This exhibition brings together artists who produce works in dialogue with the climate justice movements related to both land and sea, in which they consider themselves participants.

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Totem Pole Journey to the Clean Energy Justice Convergence

The Natural History Museum is pleased to co-produce a series of expeditions and events on the occasion of the 13th Clean Energy Ministerial in Pittsburgh on September 20-23, 2022. This work is dedicated to frontline communities and will shine a spotlight on the costs, health impacts and environmental devastation caused by extractive and fossil fuel-based energy initiatives.

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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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The Chiefā€™s Pole: Welcome Program and Blessing

Join us as we welcome an inter-tribal delegation of Indigenous artists and activists who have traveled from the Pacific Northwest to the 13th Clean Energy Ministerial in Pittsburgh, PA with a 14′ totem pole. A program of speakers, ceremony and song is open to the public.

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