Explore the intersections of the legacy of settler colonialism, systemic racism, access to land, and the current climate crisis with Stephanie Morningstar (Oneida, Turtle clan; Co-Coordinator, Northeast Farmers of Color Land Trust; Indigenous Knowledge Transfer Specialist, Global Water Futures) through Co-creating Indigenous Futures: Finding Place as a Haudenosaunee Woman in Academia, Land Sovereignty & Healing Justice. This is a joint presentation of Women in Scientific/Environmental Professions & Environmental/ Social Justice lectures Series sponsored by ESF & its Women’s Caucus & Center for Native Peoples and the Environment
This event was published on March 3, 2020.
- Diversity and Inclusion
- Greater Syracuse
- Open to
- Faculty & Staff,
- Graduate & Professional Students
- SUNY ESF Women’s Caucus
- Heather Engelman
- Contact Heather Engelman to request accommodations
- Please contact Heather Engelman for a printable parking permit for ESF Lot 22, on Standardt St.