Celebrate Indigenous Peoples’ Day w/ Natalie Diaz and Kai Small '07

Celebrate Indigenous Peoples’ Day with Oxy!


Oct12
12:15 pm - 1:10 pm
2020-10-12 12:15:00 2020-10-12 13:10:00 Celebrate Indigenous Peoples’ Day w/ Natalie Diaz and Kai Small '07

Register for the event "Land & Language" with award-winning Mojave poet Natalie Diaz (nominated for a 2020 National Book Award) and featuring NTT Professor Kai Small '07 (who is teaching CTSJ 376: Settler Colonial Studies this Fall) by going HERE.

"Land & Language" is the second event in this academic year's Core Program Events, which is
a series of events organized around the annual focus of "The Struggle For/The Struggle Against" and paired with the 2020 Summer Readings that all first-year students are expected to access before matriculating at Occidental.

In recognition of Indigenous Peoples Day, "Land & Language" is intended to be a brief introduction for first-year students to the concepts of indigeneity, settler colonial studies, and features the poetry of Diaz. All CSP students are expected to attend  but all students, staff and faculty are invited to the event which will be held between 12:15-1:10pm on Monday October 12 and recorded for asynchronous access afterwards.

Register HERE

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America/Los_Angeles public
Location:
Zoom
Event Date: Monday, October 12, 2020

Register for the event "Land & Language" with award-winning Mojave poet Natalie Diaz (nominated for a 2020 National Book Award) and featuring NTT Professor Kai Small '07 (who is teaching CTSJ 376: Settler Colonial Studies this Fall) by going HERE.

"Land & Language" is the second event in this academic year's Core Program Events, which is
a series of events organized around the annual focus of "The Struggle For/The Struggle Against" and paired with the 2020 Summer Readings that all first-year students are expected to access before matriculating at Occidental.

In recognition of Indigenous Peoples Day, "Land & Language" is intended to be a brief introduction for first-year students to the concepts of indigeneity, settler colonial studies, and features the poetry of Diaz. All CSP students are expected to attend  but all students, staff and faculty are invited to the event which will be held between 12:15-1:10pm on Monday October 12 and recorded for asynchronous access afterwards.

Register HERE

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