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Reclaiming Our Indigenous Power Climate Convocation, part I 

When: Thu., Nov. 14, 6-7 p.m. 2019
Phone: 646-207-1843
Email: nowgriot1@aol.com
Price: 0.00
Nature is not a brand, culture is not a show! Part I of the two part program consist of a structured walk through Forsyth Park which contextualizes war, violence, colonialism and normalized mechanisms of war industry, slavery, technology, land confiscation, pollution and the memorialization of war. The Climate Convocation explores crucial links between climate threats, racism, sacrifice zones and the historic devaluation of Indigenous knowledge ( a.k.a., Stewardship as in-life, everyday thought and practice). "respect our customs, our culture, our land" (Metuktire, 2019). Amazon leader.

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