Fighting Back Against Settler Colonialism and White Supremacy: Critical Mission Studies and Red Power

Thursday, Apr 21, 2022 | 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm


Location is ADA accessible

04.21 | 12 – 1:30 PM PT | CRG Co-sponsored Event
IGS Race, Ethnicity and Immigration Colloquium 
Fighting Back Against Settler Colonialism and White Supremacy: Critical Mission Studies and Red Power
with Renya K. Ramirez ((Ho-Chunk and Ojibwe) Professor of Anthropology at UC Santa Cruz)

Zoom Webinar – Click here to register.

This talk shares Renya K. Ramirez’s journey as a Native feminist and anthropologist and my two current research projects—Critical Mission Studies and Red Power.  First, discussing her involvement with UCSC education colleagues creating curriculum about the California missions from an Indigenous perspective.  Second, will talk about her work developing a Native women’s version of Red Power based on interviews and archival work regarding Native women of the Alcatraz Occupation and afterward. Learn more.

Presented by the Institute of Governmental Studies’ Race, Ethnicity and Immigration Colloquium, and co-sponsored by the Center for Race & Gender and the Department of Ethnic Studies. 

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