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On behalf of the Native FEWS Alliance, NASD, AIGP, and the Office of Graduate Diversity, we are proud to present a lecture by Dr. Cutcha Risling Baldy– a Hupa, Yurok, and Karuk assistant professor from Cal Poly Humboldt. Dr. Risling Baldy will be discussing Indigenous rights on Indigenous Peoplesʼ Day, Monday, October 9th at 2:00 pm in Blum Hall (B100) with snacks and refreshments, as well as on Zoom (Meeting ID: 990 9695 8930 Passcode: 648420).
Dr. Risling Baldyʼs research focuses on Indigenous Feminism, California Native Studies, and Decolonization. In her recent award-winning book, We Are Dancing For You, Risling Baldy looks into the vitalization of women’s coming-of-age ceremonies that highlight Indigenous perspectives in academia and beyond. Dr. Risling Baldyʼs lecture is open to the public and we would love for students and community members to learn about powerful Indigenous-led work. We look forward to being in community with you!