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A History of Mutual Aid and Community Care, Tuesday, 9/28 6:00 pm, online.

This event is part of Voting Week 2021 and will be led by Native Activist Charitie Ropati (CC ’23) about the history of community care and mutual aid in marginalized communities, specifically Native tribes in Alaska. 

Climate and Society: A Conversation With Anna Tsing, Tuesday, 9/28 5:30-7:00 pm, online.

Anna Tsing, author of The Mushroom at the End of the World: On the Possibility of Life in Capitalist Ruins will discuss the book as well as Feral Atlas, her acclaimed digital project that combined rigorous research from multiple disciplines with art and testimonials. Her work focuses on how we can sustain life on earth amidst the environmental ruins of capitalism.

The Ancestral Territory Against Environmental Racism in Brazil, Wednesday, 9/29 6:00-8:00 pm, online.

The panel will discuss the leadership of Black women in claiming territorial rights, and their work as community organizers against environmental racism in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 

Climate Risk Summit: Compound Dry-Hot Extreme Events, Thursday, 9/30 6:15-7:45 am, online.

This session of the Climate Risk Summit, which is being held in advance of COP26, will discuss the impacts of compound dry-hot extreme events, and individual and community preparedness and response approaches, as well as enablers and barriers to action. Across the world, communities are already starting to get a taste of the extreme temperatures they will likely experience in the future, and we must now find a way to build resilience.

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