Join us and Emory University's Master's in Development Practice (MDP) program on Tuesday, October 18th, at 1 p.m. ET US (UTC -4) in a discussion about community outrage to grassroots activism.
This is the second in a series of roundtable conversations focused on Indigenous Sovereignty in the United States and is produced in collaboration with Emory University's Master's in Development Practice (MDP) Instructor Lorrie King, MPH. Lorrie teaches MDP 511, a core MDP course rooted in Applied Development Practice.
Shaun Little Horn, Oglala Lakota
Josh Griffin, The Carter Center
How should we respond in a world where the violence of the system is not considered violent, but the resistance to that violence is always considered and punished as violence? What drives us to action and beyond words? Land Acknowledgements are all the rage, but how does one live into that discourse? This roundtable conversation will explore why #landback and #decolonzing are more than just hashtags - they are a way of life.
Click on the following link to learn more about Emory University's Master's in Development Practice program: https://web.gs.emory.edu/mdp/
Coordinated by Joshua Griffin, MDP