Past Events

Tuesday, April 25, 1-2:30 pm

Baruch College's Black and Latinx studies Afrolatinidades present:

Teach-in: From La Sentencia to a Transnational Hispaniola

Curated by Professor Albert Garcia

A conversation with scholar-activists:

Friday, April 21, 11am

In the context of the peace process between the Colombian government and the FARC (2012-2016), the signing of the Peace Agreements, including the Ethnic Chapter, the unsuccessful Referendum (2016), and the subsequent Congressional ratification of a revised peace deal, it is imperative to understa

Thursday, April 20 at 11am – 12:30pm EST

22nd Session of the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues

Wednesday, April 19 from 4-5.30 pm

A Conversation with the Navajo Nation Human Rights Commission

Wednesday, April 19th, 11am

Indigenous rights groups note that Indigenous peoples sustain 80% of the world’s remaining biodiversity, including ecosystems essential to global climate, fresh water, and food security. This underscores the centrality of Indigenous thinking and action on a range of guardianship issues.