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10/03/2019

First Annual Indigenous Resilience Event

Time: 10:00 a.m.
More Information: https://provost.northeastern.edu/oidi/affinity/native/indigenousresilience/

The Native & Indigenous Affinity Group is proud to announce its First Annual Indigenous Resilience Event on October 3, 2019.

This event will include a gathering for women in sciences and a panel discussion with scholars who center their work on native peoples’ resilience through science, technology, and indigenous knowledges.

All events are free and open to the public! Advance registration is required.

To register, please visit http://indigenousresilience.eventbrite.com.

Schedule

10:00am – 11:30am – A Gathering of Women in the Sciences

Wentworth Institute of Technology, 555 Parker Street, Boston, MA 02115

Wentworth Institute of Technology’s Center for Diversity & Social Justice Programs (CDSJP), in conjunction with Northeastern University and WIT’s women in technology student groups, is pleased to host a breakfast event celebrating women in the sciences. This will be an informal conversation over breakfast with Grace Bulltail, Ranalda Tsosie, Ciarra Greene, and other area women who have made significant contributions to the study of science and technology. The event will feature food by Sly Fox Den, which is known for its promotion of local Native American food traditions. Registration is required.

5:30pm – 8:00pm – Indigenous Resilience Panel Event

Museum of Fine Arts – Boston, 465 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02115

Come join us for a panel conversation that centers on native people’s resilience through science, technology, and indigenous knowledges. Hear from Ranalda Tsosie, an enrolled member of the Diné Nation, Ciarra Greene, a citizen of the Nez Perce Tribe, and Grace Bulltail, of the Crow Tribe and a descendant of the Mandan, Hidatsa, and Arikara Nation, about how they incorporate indigenous research methods, culture, and traditions into their work and understanding of the impact of technology on indigenous communities. Registration is required.

 

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