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Land Justice: Engaging Indigenous Knowledge For Land Care
12:20-1:10 pm
Warren Hall 401 and Zoom

Distinguished speaker: Robin Wall Kimmerer (Potawatomi Nation), author of Braiding Sweetgrass: Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge and the Teachings of Plants

What might Land Justice look like? Dr. Kimmerer will explore Indigenous perspectives on land conservation, from biocultural restoration to Land Back. This discussion invites listeners to consider how engaging Traditional Ecological Knowledge contributes to justice for land and people.

Global Development Distinguished Speaker & American Indian & Indigenous Studies Program Seminar

Co-sponsors: Campus Sustainability Office; Botanic Gardens; Einhorn Center for Community Engagement; Native American and Indigenous Students at Cornell; Atkinson Center for Sustainability; Land Grant Affairs; Department of Anthropology; North Campus Facility Programs; Masters of Public Health Program; ECO Environmental Collaborative; West Campus Houses; Department of Natural Resources

Learn more on the Global Development website