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.
‘Spirit of the Waters’ Totem Pole Journey & Whale People Exhibit
This May, Lummi carvers will transport an orca totem pole, salmon carvings, and our award-winning “Whale People” exhibit to communities throughout the Salish Sea and Snake River bioregion. The journey will draw attention to the extinction crisis facing Pacific Northwest salmon and orcas, and build support for the movement to remove the Snake River dams.
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.
An interactive website and virtual event series, inspired by a recent study on National Park place names and settler-colonial violence, exploring how place-names shape our ways of seeing and relating. What is the ideological function of colonial place-names? How do they work to enshrine capitalist and colonial relations to place, and what do they render invisible?