Tohi Talks

Celebrate Native American Heritage Month with the Intercultural Center and Office of Sustainability. Join us for the second annual Tohi Talks, a dialogue series set in the Tohi Garden. Four separate talks will highlight themes of environmental justice, Indigenous leadership, and protecting the futures of Indigenous communities. 

  • 11/2, 4:30 PM: Land protectors and conviviality in Latin America
  • 11/10, 3 - 4 PM: Should We Go to Hawaii?
  • 11/14, 3 PM: No More Stolen Relatives- Reclaiming Our Bodies and Land 
  • 11/29, 3 - 4 PM: The Promise of Seeds: Agency, Identity & Sustenance

*Directions to the Tohi Garden and details about selected conversations will be sent to all registrants

Tuesday, November 29 at 3:00pm to 4:00pm

Tohi Garden

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Speakers, Special Events, Academics, Multicultural / International, Diversity, Community, Women/Gender


Academics, Women's and Gender Studies, Administrative, Diversity and Inclusion, Sustainability

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Faculty, Staff, Students, First-Year Undergraduate Students


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Catherine Mizzi-Orrell

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