Thirsting for Justice: Native Resistance to Colonization of Water & Land, Mon. 11/30

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Subject: Thirsting for Justice: Native Resistance to Colonization of Water & Land, Mon. 11/30 (fwd)

Faculty for Justice in Palestine presents:

Thirsting for Justice:

Native Resistance to Colonization of Water & Land

Monday November 30, 5-7 PM
Hart Hall 3201

Free Palestinian food provided!

Speakers: Tory Brykalski (UCD Ph.D. Student); Jamil Ibrahim (hydrologist);

Gabi Kirk (Young Jewish Voice for Peace Bay Area);
Dr. Beth Rose Middleton (Native American Studies);

Featuring: Farming without Water (short film)

This is an un-Thanksgiving event that acknowledges the devastating impact of settler colonialism and the resilience of indigenous struggles for survival. Speakers will discuss how settler-colonialism in California Indian land and in Palestine affects communities, through the theft of water and destruction of indigenous agriculture. They will also discuss farmers’ resistance and ways indigenous communities challenge the destruction of the environment.

Co-sponsored by Students for Justice in Palestine

For more information, please contact

sunainamaira and tory.brykalski.

https://www.facebook.com/events/1649114242024535/

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