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California Indigenous Perspectives on Ethics, Occupation, and Land Management

This panel discussion will highlight the politics of place, Indigenous rights, and land-based practices in historical, ecological, and cultural contexts. Our traditional ecological knowledge (TEK) is increasingly highlighted in the wake of various environmental catastrophes. Panelists will share critical perspectives and possibilities for ethical engagement with tribal groups, culturally rooted knowledge, and the ongoing moment of settler-colonial occupation. Composed of an intergenerational group of Indigenous women from throughout California, the panel will center the voices of cultural practitioners, educators, and mentees discussing their own lived experiences, inherited knowledge, and professional expertise.

Track and Session Info

Track: 
Equity, Justice, Food Sovereignty
Session: 
F | 11:45am

Date and Location

Day: 
Friday
Presenter(s): 

Deborah Morillo

Title: 
Deborah Morillo
Presenter Affiliation: 
Indigenous California Language Survival Advocate
Bio: 
("kʔitʸutʸutitʸutitʸu wakʔiistʸonoistʸo ritoksi ,tsɨtkawayu elewexe, tsɨtwala tsɨtqawɨ yaktitʸutitʸu yaktiłhini")

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