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This event will be a livestream event and interview provided by Everado Reyes member of the Indigenous Graduate Student Association (IGSA) (formerly AIGSA). Ever is also a current fellow within the Institute for the Study of Societal Issues (ISSI). Ever’s research focuses on the intersections between music, social movements, and Indigenous self-determination. His dissertation focuses on the contemporary sonic and political influences of the 1969 Occupation of Alcatraz Island by the Indians of All Tribes on Indigenous social movement. This interview will support the completion of Ever’s dissertation as he transitions into UC becoming Berkeley Alumni, and a mentor in the field of Indigenous musicology. Dr. LaNada WarJack is an enrolled member of the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes of the Fort Hall Indian Reservation in Idaho. She attended the University of California at Berkeley and majored in an Independent Major of Native American Law & Politics, graduating in 1970.
This event will be live streamed at: https://berkeley.zoom.us/j/95228488021
In person attendance please RSVP to [email protected].
Co-Sponsored by the Joseph Myers Center for Native American Issues, Native American Student Development, Cal Athletics DEIBJ, and The American Indian Graduate Program.