CSJ Rise Keynote Lecture: Dr. Adrienne Keene
Native Appropriations and Indigenous Social Media
The Women's Center with Student Life's Mosaic Center present the Critical Social Justice 2017 Keynote Lecture,"Native Appropriations, Indigenous Social Media, and Responding to Racism," with Native scholar and activist Dr. Adrienne Keene (Cherokee Nation), who writes about cultural appropriation and stereotypes of Native peoples in pop culture on her blog Native Appropriations.
Keene examines the way Indigenous peoples are using new media to challenge racism, present authentic counter-narratives, and create innovative spaces for art and activism.
In addition to the keynote lecture, there will be a resource fair with community organizations ranging from sexual assault healing networks, social justice education, activism, and Native American heritage centers.
Doors open at 5:30pm. A meet-and-greet reception will follow the keynote.
This event is free and open to the public. If you have questions or need accommodations, please contact the Women’s Center at email@example.com.
Other CSJ: Rise Events:
- Jodi Kelber-Kaye (Honors College, Assistant Director) -- moderator
- Lee Blaney (Chemical, Biochemical and Environmental Engineering, Associate Professor)
- Keisha Allen (Education, former Post-Doc Diversity Fellow)
- Rehana Shafi (Sherman Scholars, Director)
- Jason Loviglio (MCS, Associate Professor and Chair)
- Dr. Marina Adler (Sociology, Anthropology, and Health Administration and Policy, Professor)
- Corinne Janet (Student Life, Coordinator for Leadership)
- Romy Huebler (Student Life, Coordinator for Student Organizations and Involvement)
- Dr. Jana Rehak (Anthropology, Instructor)
- Dr. Kimberly Moffitt (American Studies, Associate Professor)
- Rabbi Jeremy Fierstein (UMBC Hillel, Executive Director)
This keynote event is a part of Critical Social Justice: Rise which will be held on October 23rd through 27th, 2017. Follow our blog, Facebook, and Twitter (#csjrise) for updates on scheduled events and other news. For more information about the Critical Social Justice initiative, or if you’re organizing a related event that week that might be included on the CSJ calendar, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Special thanks to our Critical Social Justice co-sponsors:
Student Life’s Mosaic Center, Residential Life, College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences, Honors College, Off-Campus Student Services, Counseling Center, University Health Services Health Promotions, Human Relations/Title IX Office, LGBTQ Faculty and Staff Association, Relationship Violence Awareness and Prevention (RVAP), The Social Work Program, Student Disability Services, Department of Psychology, Women Involved in Learning and Leadership, Sociology, Anthropology, and Health Administration and Policy (SAHAP), Department of American Studies, Department of Media and Communication Studies, Department of Modern Languages, Linguistics & Intercultural Communication, Race & Inclusion Scholars