Rising Voices 9

9TH ANNUAL RISING VOICES WORKSHOP

Centering justice in the convergence of sciences, communities, and actions

Wednesday, September 29 through Friday, October 1, 2021

Virtual

Registration now closed

 

PRE-WORKSHOP EVENT 

Reciprocity of Knowledge

Tuesday, September 28th

11:00 - 1:00 Mountain Time

Instructor: Dr. Michelle Montgomery

Registration available for 9th Annual Rising Voices Workshop participants only.

 

WORKSHOP AGENDA 

Day 1: Wednesday, September 29, 11:00AM--4:00PM Mountain Time

Theme: Indigenous and Place-based Methodologies

11:00:     Opening Ceremony and Prayer - Rev. M. Kalani Souza and Elder Hank Fergerstrom

11:15:     Welcome Remarks and Workshop Overview

11:30:     Keynote - Dr. Robin Wall Kimmerer

12:15:     Break

12:30:     Panel #1: Centering Justice in Indigenous and Place-based Methodologies

               Speakers: Dr. Deborah McGregor, Dr. Margaret Redsteer, Jackie Qataliña Schaeffer

               Moderator: Paulette Blanchard

1:30:       Break

1:45:       World cafe meet & greet

2:15:       Working Groups Breakout #1 (Topics: Community relocation/site expansion, Energy

                systems, Food systems, Health, Phenology, Water systems)

3:30:       Reflections from groups

4:00:       Closing remarks: Wrap-up Day 1; What’s coming up next 

5:30-7:00    The Annual  Bob Gough Public Symposium, “Climate Change is Inevitable, Adaptation is Optional” 
                   Recipients of the 2021 Bob Gough Award for Climate Justice in Action

                   Discussion with climate justice leaders featured in the documentary film, INHABITANTS

                   Speakers: Rev. M. Kalani Souza, Dr. Michael Kotutwa Johnson, Pres. Chris Caldwell, Anna Palmer (filmmaker), Costa Boutsikaris (filmmaker);
Moderator: Colleen Cooley

 

 

Day 2: Thursday, September 30, 11:00AM--4:00PM Mountain Time

Theme: Intergenerational Research Practices            

11:00:     Welcome to the Day- Ava Hamilton

11:10:     Recap of Day 1/Process Day 2

11:15:     Poster “walk”

12:00:     Break

12:15:     World cafe meet and greet

12:45:     Panel #2: Centering Justice in Intergenerational Research Practices 

               Speakers: Papalii Dr. Tusi Avegalio (Doc Tusi), Leroy Harris, Cheyenne Lurvey, Chief Shirell Parfait-Dardar, Devon Parfait, Dr. Daniel Wildcat, Annalise Guthrie; Moderator: Jasmine Neosh

2:00:     Break

2:15:       Working Groups Breakout #2 (Topics: Community relocation/site expansion, Energy systems, Food systems, Health, Phenology, Water systems)

3:30:       Reflections from groups

4:00:       Closing remarks: Wrap-up Day 2; What’s coming up next

5:30-7:30:  Arts event  

 

Day 3: Friday, October 1, 11:00AM--4:00PM Mountain Time

Theme: Indgenous Data Sovereignty 

11:00:     Welcome to the Day-  Kukuya Margarita Nogueras-Vidal

11:10:     Recap of Day 2/Process Day 3

11:15:     Keynote - Dr. Dominique David-Chavez

12:00:     Panel #3 Centering Justice in Indegenous Data Sovereignty

               Speakers: Dr. Stephanie Russo Carroll, Andrew Martinez, James RattlingLeaf, Sr.; Moderator: Bill Thomas

1:00:      Break

1:15:      World cafe meet and greet

1:45:      Working Groups Breakout #3 (Topics: Community relocation/site expansion, Energy systems, 

               Food systems, Health, Phenology, Water systems)

3:00:      Reflections from groups

3:30:      Closing reflections

3:50:      Closing ceremony - Rev. M. Kalani Souza and Elder Hank Fergerstrom

 

Community Agreements  

Rising Voices Ethics Guidelines

UCAR/NCAR Participant Code of Conduct

Workshop Report and Outcomes


Thank you to the 9th Annual Rising Voices Workshop Planning Team: 
Paulette Blanchard (University of Kansas), Patrick Freeland (Livelihoods Knowledge Exchange Network-LiKEN), Katie Jones (National Ecological Observatory Network-NEON), Heather Lazrus (National Center for Atmospheric Research-NCAR), Julie Maldonado (Livelihoods Knowledge Exchange Network-LiKEN), Katie Spellman (University of Alaska-Fairbanks), Althea Walker (Southwest Climate Adaptation Science Center), Aara'L Yarber (Pennsylvania State University)
 
 
Any questions? Please contact: RisingVoicesinAction@gmail.com