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HWISE NOW Coffee Chat – Indigenous water (in)security
In this session, we will discuss the many complexities of water (in)security for Indigenous peoples. We will engage with the ways that water (in)security is (re)produced by jurisdictional and regulatory injustices and the broader political and economic asymmetries created by settler colonial water governance. We will also explore the distinct understandings of security and well-being that flow from Indigenous relationships to water as a living entity and the ways they shape desirable water futures.

Rachel Arsenault, PhD Candidate, Faculty of Environment and Urban Change, York University

Andrew Curley, Assistant Professor, School of Geography, Development & Environment, University of Arizona

Deborah McGregor, Associate Professor & Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Environmental Justice, Faculty of Environment and Urban Change/Osgoode Hall Law School, York University.

Teresa Montoya, Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology, The University of Chicago

Janene Yazzie, Southwest Regional Director for NDN Collective and co-founder of Sixth World Solutions


Nicole J. Wilson, Assistant Professor and Canada Research Chair in Arctic Environmental Change and Governance, Department of Environment and Geography, University of Manitoba.

Apr 28, 2022 11:00 AM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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