Connecting US & Taiwan through Indigenous Peoples and Experiences: Negotiating Identities, Language, and Global Solidarities

This online panel presentation and Q&A will feature Indigenous Taiwanese leaders, organizers, and educators to highlight Indigenous perspectives in the contemporary context. Following the UN’s declaration that 2019 would be the International Year of Indigenous Languages, this event seeks to center Indigenous voices in reflecting on the state of Indigenous cultural and language revitalization both locally in Taiwan and globally. The primary objective is to raise awareness of issues currently affecting the lived experiences, livelihoods, and life chances of Indigenous Taiwanese today.

 

Attendees will be exposed to new ideas, perspectives, and experiences, engaging in critical conversations regarding allyship and building solidarity with Indigenous peoples. This event will be open to the public.

 

Date and Time

6-8 PM, June 22, 2022 (Taipei Time)

Venue

Zoom

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