Webinar | Re-localizing Native Leadership in Environmental Narratives...
March 26, 2021 at 12:00pm (PDT) | Register here
Please join us for our next Indigenous Speaker Series event, Re-localizing Native Leadership in Environmental Narratives and Economy.
The Indigenous Speaker Series features dialogues about Indigenous people’s cultural and traditional lived experiences, amplifying the voices of Indigenous people and promoting dialogue.
Since January 2020, the Series has invited speakers from Northwest Indian College, University of Washington, Western Washington University, Michigan State University, Little Big Horn College, among other institutions, with global prospects for coming speakers.
CEUs are available! To earn a CEU, register for an event, attend (or watch the recording), and completing the CEU Evaluation at: https://bit.ly/NWIC-CEUEvaluation. If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com.
Date/Time: March 26, 2021 at 12:00pm (PDT)
Featured Speaker: Pah-tu Pitt
Title: Re-localizing Native Leadership in Environmental Narratives and Economy
Bio: Pah-tu Pitt (Warm Springs/Wasco) holds an Environmental Graduate and undergraduate degrees, believes strongly in grassroots climate resiliency efforts, organizes within the community and in solidarity. Strategies include an emphasis on food sovereignty, relationship to place, understanding of ecosystems, re-localizing trade, centering community, and creating art. Through Native Kut, she produces art, consults, and runs an airbnb, with a Native arts theme.
Watch previous events in the Indigenous Speaker Series here!
Sponsored by Northwest Indian College – Nez Perce Site, in partnership with University of Washington – Tacoma; University of Washington Office of Minority Affairs and Diversity; and University of Washington Center for Global Studies.