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Saturday, October 24 • 3:40pm - 5:00pm
A Vision is Shaped by Many Views

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What perspectives on social and environmental justice do we share that would allow us to work together toward a common vision? Which assumptions about different approaches to change keep us from working together? Inspired by indigenous cultures— who do not separate ecosystems from social systems —we will use critical inquiry, storytelling and interactive tools to look at ways that cultures and histories shape our views and explore how diverse streams of engagement in change work can create powerful confluences that can drive both environmental and social justice struggles forward. Presented by Roshan Bliss, Robert Chanate and Pavlos Stavropoulos of Woodbine Ecology Center.


Roshan Bliss

Woodbine Ecology
Roshan Bliss, Woodbine Ecology Center, is the Community Outreach Coordinator for Woodbine. Roshan is a student organizer, inclusiveness and anti-oppression trainer and group process specialist with a passion for empowering young people to defend their futures and democratize their campus

Robert Chanate

Woodbine Ecology Center
Robert Chanate is the Indigenous Program Coordinator for Woodbine. He also works works as a non violent direct action trainer for the Indigenous Peoples Power Project and volunteers for other Native American community groups and organizations.

Pavlos Stavropoulos

Woodbine Ecology Center
Pavlos Stavropoulos-Born and raised in Greece, Pavlos grew up bilingual and bicultural.He has presented at multiple and diverse conferences such as Midwest Radical Scholars Conference, Teaching Outside the Box, Colorado Bioneers, Renewing the Anarchist Tradition, National Conference of Organized Resistance, Left Forum, All Power to the Imagination, The Poetics of Healing and the Natural Hazards Research and Applications Workshop. His decades of... Read More →

Saturday October 24, 2015 3:40pm - 5:00pm
Humanities 190 1610 Pleasant St, Boulder, CO 80309

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