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Native Liberation Struggles - with The Red Nation

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Wednesday, November 14, 2018
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12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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Andrew Curley and Nick Estes

Join us for events on Native Liberation movements with members of The Red Nation, Andrew Curley and Nick Estes.

From their manifesto: "The Red Nation formed in November 2014 out of a desire to contribute to the widespread resurgence of strong, vocal, organized and radical Indigenous struggle in Albuquerque and beyond. We formed to address the marginalization and invisibility of Indigenous struggles within mainstream social justice organizing, and to speak out and strategically fight against the ongoing destruction of Indigenous life and land."

We will have a 'mapping session' on Wednesday, 11/14, 12pm-1pm, in which we will discuss some readings about contemporary Native Liberation movements. Then, we will have a 'dialogue session' on Monday, 11/19, 12pm-1pm, in conversation with Andrew Curley (in-person) and Nick Estes (via video-conference). A free lunch will be provided for participants in both sessions.

In preparation for the 'mapping session,' please read some of the brief texts that are linked on the following website:
https://sites.fhi.duke.edu/socialmovementslab/event/native-american-liberation-struggles-mapping-session-11-14-dialogue-11-19/

Contact: Eli Meyerhoff