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An Evening with Dina Gilio-Whitaker: Decolonizing and Indigenizing Environmental Justice, April 26, 2023 at ESF

Please join us at ESF on April 6th for an evening with Dina Gilio-Whitaker. Dina Gilio-Whitaker (Colville Confederated Tribes) is an award-winning journalist and columnist. She is a lecturer of American Indian Studies at California State University San Marcos, and independent consultant and educator on environmental justice and other Indigenous policy-related issues. She is the... Continue Reading →

Summer Internship Opportunities at the CNPE

The Center for Native Peoples and the Environment (CNPE), in partnership with the NY Department of Environmental Conservation, is offering five graduate internships and one undergraduate internship for Summer 2023. Click the link to the General Information document, as well as the position descriptions for each of the internships (listed below), for more information.  To... Continue Reading →

10th Annual Feast and Film

On December 8, the Center hosted our tenth annual Feast and Film event. We screened films produced by the Reciprocity Project, a multimedia endeavor that “invites learning from time-honored and current Indigenous ways of being.” The seven short films in the series, all made by Indigenous filmmakers in Nations across Turtle Island and beyond, explore... Continue Reading →

From Fairy Slipper to Death Camas: Secrets of the Lost Cedars, presentation by Dr. Catherine Landis

On the first snowy evening of fall 2022, Center Postdoctoral Associate Dr. Catherine Landis presented a guest lecture at the Everson Art Museum. Entitled “From Fairy Slipper to Death Camas: Secrets of the Lost Cedars,” the lecture accompanied artist Rebecca Hutchison’s current Everson exhibit “Re-Generation.” Landis’ lecture addressed the ecological history of Syracuse, focusing on... Continue Reading →

Sloan Autumn Retreat

In mid-October, the Sloan Indigenous Graduate Partnership cohort and Center staff shared a beautiful day on retreat at Sodus Point, right next to the sand and waters of Lake Ontario. We spent many hours walking and sitting on the beach, eating, talking, admiring the peak fall foliage, hiking on the spectacular bluffs at Chimney Bluffs... Continue Reading →

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