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Wed, Mar 16

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Equitable Landscapes: The Need for an Abolitionist Imagination on Stolen Land

In this training we will provide a case study of the Arroyo Seco past and present to understand how it impacts the near future. In this case study we understand the relationship between urban development, the need to control nature, and how it impacts our relationship to nature.

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Equitable Landscapes: The Need for an Abolitionist Imagination on Stolen Land
Equitable Landscapes: The Need for an Abolitionist Imagination on Stolen Land

Time & Location

Mar 16, 2022, 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM PDT

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About the Event

In order to shape a new inclusive and equitable future we need to understand the past and how it has created the conditions for the present. It is only through this understanding that we can begin to imagine a future that is inclusive of all.

In this training we will provide a case study of a the Arroyo Seco past and present to understand how it impacts the near future. In this case study we understand the relationship between urban development, the need to control nature, and how it impacts our relationship to nature.

Miguel Ramos, born and raised in North East Los Angeles ( Tongva Lands) with roots in Mexico. Currently Miguel is a care taker of land , artist, educator, water protector, and outdoor guide. Their life's work is to cultivate caring relationships between community and nature through outdoor expereinces and ancestral practices. Their passion for nature and outdoor experiences has been develpoed and guided by indigenous practices and knowledge.

Closed captioning is available for this trainoing. For questions about accessibility, please email training@communitynatureconnection.org.

Location: Online

Instructor: Miguel Ramos

 

*Must be 18 and over for this training

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