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Braiding Knowledge: Opportunities and Perils of Community-Based Research and Activist Scholarship with Indigenous Communities 

When: Thu., April 13, 4-5:30 p.m. 2017
Phone: 510-642-0813
Email: issi@berkeley.edu
Price: Free
issi.berkeley.edu/events
Sonya Atalay, Associate Professor, Undergraduate Program Director, UMass Anthropology Kojun "Jun" Ueno Sunseri, Ph.D., RPA, Assistant Professor, Archaeological Research Facility, UC Berkeley as a respondent A commitment to decolonization requires fundamental shifts in the way we make, teach, and share new knowledge. Transforming research from an extractive or exploitative endeavor toward a practice that contributes to healing and community-well being is one of the key challenges of our time for those in the academy today.

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