Everything is Connected: Indigenous Ecological Knowledge and Practices

Northrop 84 Church St SE, Minneapolis, MN, United States

Join scholars Wendy F. K’ah Skáahluwáa Todd and Clint Carroll for a critical conversation about the challenges and possibilities of Indigenous approaches to ecosystem management, tribal land conservation practices, and knowledge sharing.

Free

Thinking Spatially Symposium: Indigenous Data Sovereignty

Northrop 84 Church St SE, Minneapolis, MN, United States

Join us at the Thinking Spatially symposium for a series of presentations featuring Indigenous researchers exploring issues of data ownership and access, including spatial data, and discussing how these issues need to be approached in research and public communication

Free

IAS Thursdays | The Relentless Business of Treaties: How Indigenous Land Became US Property

Northrop 84 Church St SE, Minneapolis, MN, United States

Northrop, Crosby Seminar Room Thursday, February 20, 3:30 – 5:00 p.m. Free and open to the public.   The Relentless Business of Treaties is a book that explores the economic and political motivations of those who, on behalf of the United States, negotiated and signed treaties with Indigenous nations. A public panel discussion among Indigenous scholars […]

Free

Community Screening with Senator Dziedzic

Northrop 84 Church St SE, Minneapolis, MN, United States

Join State Senator Kari Dziedzic and representatives from the Twin Cities for a living-room style conversation and exciting clips from the 2018 Emmy-winning documentary: “Climate Smart: Cities Working Together”.