1. Visting Writers’ Series, April 9. As part of the English Department’s Visiting Writers’ Series, Joseph Marshall III (Sicangu Lakota) will present “Lakota Storytelling & History: Leading a Meaningful Life.” His newest book is “Crazy Horse Weeps: The Challenge of Being Lakota in White America.” Tuesday, April 9, 5-7 p.m., Native American Forum. See the attached flier for more details.
  2. Lecture: “Systemic and Ethical Transformation: Changing the Why, How and Who of Agriculture,” April 9. Speaker Beth Robinette is a fourth-generation cattle rancher and food systems entrepreneur based outside of Spokane, WA. Her family ranch, the Lazy R, produces grass fed beef and is focused on an ecology-centered approach to land management. See the attached flier for more details. Tuesday, April 9, 3-5 p.m., Kate Buchanan Room.
  3. Take Back the Night, April 8-12. Take Back the Night events bring awareness to sexualized violence as a tool/tactic/form of oppression. See the attached flyer for a list of events. For more information, contact hsuwomen@humboldt.edu or call 707-826-4216.
  4. Humboldt Bay Symposium, April 11-12. The 2019 Humboldt Bay Symposium is a community-oriented conference focused on research and restoration of coastal ecosystems, and sustainable use and enjoyment of Humboldt Bay and the surrounding region. The event will feature 2 days of presentations at the Wharfinger Building in Eureka, plus a poster session the evening of the second day. See the Facebook event here.
  5. Native Pathways Speaker Series, April 12. Radical Hope and Resisting Erasure - A Queer Indigenous Studies Symposium. Friday, April 12, 2019, from 1-4:30 p.m. Native American Forum (BSS-162). See the attached flier for details.
  6. Sustainability Practitioner's Directory Mixer. Thursday, April 18, 4-5 p.m. in the Goodwin Forum (Nelson Hall East room 102). Network with local sustainability-related businesses and agencies to make connections for jobs, internships, or job shadowing. See the attached flier for more details.
  7. Post-Capitalism Conference, April 26-27. Cooperation Humboldt and the US Solidarity Economy Network present a Post-Capitalism Conference: Building a Solidarity Economy on April 26 & 27, 2019 at Cal Poly Humboldt, sponsored by the Sociology Department. A solidarity economy is broadly defined as efforts to create an economy based on cooperation rather than exploitation, and that prioritizes the welfare of people and planet over profits and blind growth. See the Facebook event here
  8. North Coast Water Defender Training, April 28. (This event is currently full, but there is a waiting list and a second event may be arranged for another date.) Featuring trainings and discussions on: organizing and respectful engagement with Native people, current threats and opportunities on California’s rivers, understanding water policy, campaign organizing 101, media and video, fundraising and coalition building. See the attached flier and here for more details.

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