International Symposium on Indigenous Communities and Climate Change
Betts Auditorium
December 7, 2018

MORNING SESSION: 

8:30am

Welcome

Land Acknowledgement: Students of the Stuart Country Day School of the Sacred Heart

Welcome and Prayer: Pastor John R. Norwood, Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape Tribal Nation


9:00–9:30am

CANDIS CALLISON

Communal Lives and Climate Change: Convening spaces for Indigenous publics, narratives, and knowledge


9:30-10:00am

MARK TRAHANT

Changing the Narrative about Climate Change


10:00-10:20am

Discussion


10:20-10:30am

Break

Refreshments for all attendees to be provided on site


10:30-11:00am

JENNI MONET

The Trump Energy Agenda in Indian Country


11:00-11:30am

RICK HARP

Indigenous Independents: Navigating the Challenges of Indie Media Making


11:30am-12:30pm

Discussion


12:30-1:30pm

Break

Lunch for all attendees to be provided on site


 

AFTERNOON SESSION:


1:30-2:00pm

JODI RAVE SPOTTED BEAR

On Higher Ground: Oil Development and the Seventh Generation


2:00-2:30pm

DEBORAH AND HILLARY MCGREGOR

Climate Justice: Listening to the Youth, Listening to the Land


2:30-3:00pm

Discussion


3:00-3:30pm

BREAK

(OPTIONAL) OUTDOOR MOVEMENT WITH GEMMA FARRELL


3:30-4:00pm

OLGA ULTURGASHEVA

Tears of the Earth: Responses to Climate Change Among Siberian Eveny Reindeer Herders


4:00-4:30pm

KYLE WHYTE

Indigenous Climate Justice: Intersecting Science, Politics and Education


4:30-5:00pm

Discussion


5:00-5:45pm

TANYA TALAGA

Big Brother’s Hunger


5:45-6:45pm

Concluding Discussion


7:00/7:30pm

Dinner for conference speakers at Mediterra Restaurant