Webinar 3 California – Environmental Justice/Climate Justice

Webinar 3: Indigenous Dialogues on Root Causes: Climate Justice and COVID-19 in California This webinar will center dialogue on the importance of Indigenous Ecological Knowledges in California, and will offer critical perspectives on the Covid-19 pandemic as a symptomatic expression of the social and ecological imbalances wrought by colonial violence and the logics of enclosure […]Read More

Webinar 2 India Amazonia – Environmental Justice/Climate Justice

Indigenous responses to climate injustice and pandemics in India and Amazonia This dialogue/webinar will feature presentations about the connections between climate justice, oil & uranium extractivism and responses to COVID-19 based on Indigenous territorial knowledges. About our speakers Oswando Nenquimo (Opi) is a Waorani activist, political spokesperson for the Waorani Resistance, human rights and nature […]Read More

Webinar 1 DGW – Environmental Justice/Climate Justice

Keynote Address: “Indigenous Knowledge and Climate Justice in a Pandemic-Prone World.” In this webinar, our keynote speaker, Dina Giglio-Whitaker, M.A., will analyze the connections between the emergence of pandemics, ecosystem vitality and climate justice. She will also refer to the central role of Indigenous knowledges in responding to interconnected health and environmental challenges. This talk […]Read More

A Wakeup Call for Climate Justice? Online Dialogues – Environmental

Indigenous Knowledges Respond to the Coronavirus Pandemic. A Project of Online Dialogues Welcome to the dedicated website of our “A Wakeup Call for Climate Justice” webinar series! Here you will find information about each of our three webinars, their content and speakers, our team, and other asynchronous resources related to the webinars’ themes. Webinar 1: Indigenous […]Read More

Mediations of COVID-19 – Global Futures: Uncertainty, Displacement, Security

Orfalea Center Thematic Research Cluster Global Futures: Uncertainty, Displacement, Security Mediations of COVID-19 By Mary Michael and Bisnhupriya Ghosh Bibliography of pieces of science journalism, as well as articles on science journalism specific to COVID-19. Thinks about the ways in which the public comes to know about the virus. Useful for scholars and general public […]Read More

A Wakeup Call for Climate Justice? – Environmental Justice/Climate Justice

Orfalea Center Thematic Research Cluster Environmental Justice/Climate Justice A Wakeup Call for Climate Justice? Indigenous Knowledges Respond to the Coronavirus Pandemic A group of engaged scholars affiliated with the Orfalea Center’s Environmental Justice/Climate Justice Research Hub (EJ/CJ) is carrying out the research project “A Wakeup Call for Climate Justice? Indigenous Knowledges Respond to the Coronavirus […]Read More

Pandemics Past – Global Futures: Uncertainty, Displacement, Security

Orfalea Center Thematic Research Cluster Global Futures: Uncertainty, Displacement, Security Pandemics Past By Mary Michael and Bisnhupriya Ghosh Bibliography of pieces of science journalism, as well as articles on science journalism previous to COVID-19. Thinks about the ways in which the public comes to know about pandemics. Useful for scholars and general public interested in […]Read More

Global Partners Output -Land Repossession, Autonomy and the Global Racial

Orfalea Center Thematic Research Cluster Resistance, Autonomy, Liberation Land Repossession, Autonomy and the Global Racial Capitalist Retribution : The Case of Zimbabwe   A blog article published on the Agrarian South Journal blog. The 2000 word blog article will contribute to the unfolding retribution experience in Zimbabwe after the land repossession movement and set out […]Read More

Orfalea Center Director Gave Talk at NYU Kevorkian Center

On January 26th, 2021, #NYUKevo​ virtually hosted a talk on “Policing as Politics, Policing as War” with Nadia Abu El-Haj (Columbia University), Paul Amar (UC Santa Barbara), Stuart Schrader (Johns Hopkins University) & Discussant Nikhil Pal Singh (NYU). Using the example of the 1925 French bombing of Damascus, Shrader discussed the entanglements between policing and […]Read More