“Those who know what it means to lose our world and live might have something to lend to a broader humanity that now faces its own existential crises in the form of disease and climate change.” --Julian Brave NoiseCat,
Join students from around the world for an interactive discussion about what Indigenous Leadership can teach us.
Tsq'escen writer, activist, and one of the drafters of the Green New Deal, Julian Brave NoiseCat, has thought deeply
about the interwoven ecological, health, political and cultural crises we face and offers his thoughts on the critical
importance of Indigenous leadership in finding a way forward to a just and caring future.
Julian will be in conversation with Anushay Irfan Khan to explore the importance of learning from the experiences,
histories and wisdom of Indigenous, and Black and racialized communities who have been disproportionally impacted
by climate change and the pandemic – to put their voices at the center of developing the systemic change needed to
move forward, and to find hope and inspiration through solidarity.
Don't miss this essential opportunity for conversation and connection.
Date: Thursday, August 27, 2020
Time: 3pm–4.30pm (South Africa)
(Zoom with secure link and password.)
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About The Hart House Global Commons
The Hart House Global Commons is an international dialogue space that connects students participating
from multiple global locations to engage in real-time conversations about issues that are pressing and
pertinent to everyone, regardless of place. We hope you will join us for a unique opportunity to connect
across contexts, exchange dialogue and perspectives, and learn from each other—all without leaving your living space!