Date & Time
Tuesday, Sep 19, 2023 6:00 PM
Gonzaga Center for Climate, Society, and the Environment
Co-sponsor: Native American Studies Department
Free and open to the public
About This Event
This presentation will be a panel discussion that focuses on working to protect water, landscapes through an advocacy and indigenous perspectives. Spokane Riverkeeper will discuss the contrast with water law and will provide several potential ways in which to work towards recognizing natural rights of the Spokane River. Representatives from the LIGHT Foundation will be on hand (virtually and/or in person) to provide an indigenous perspective as well as the intersections with cultural visions around food sovereignty and clean water.