Events – 2020

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PREDOC Info Session

Tuesday, December 1 @ 12:00pm EST

Virtual Event

MIT Sloan is planning an information session at noon on the 1st of December.

Kia LaBeija

A Conversation with Kia LaBeija

Monday, November 30 @ 12:00pm EST

Via Zoom

Kia LaBeija (b.1990) is a contemporary queer Black artist whose work explores the intersections of art and activism through photography, performance, collage, and film.

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Trans Day of Remembrance

Friday, November 20, 4:00 - 6:00pm EST

Via Zoom

Gather to honor trans lives with the MIT LBGT community. 

Winona LaDuke

MIT Forum for Equity: An Indigenous Green New Deal

Tuesday, November 17 @ 3:00pm EST

Via MIT Infinite Connection

Open to those with an Infinite Connection login.

Thomas Searles, PhD

MLK Visiting Scholar Luncheon: Thomas Searles, PhD on "Vibranium-like" Materials

Thursday, November 12 @ 12:00pm EST

Via Zoom

In this guest lecture exploring “vibranium-like" materials, MLK Scholar Thomas Searles will introduce the physical properties of these materials to give real-world examples of superconductivity, flexible electronics and photonics and energy storage/transfer.

Duke Redbird

Dish with One Spoon: in Conversation with Duke Redbird

Tuesday, November 10 @ 12:00pm EST

Via Zoom

As part of the Inaugural Indigenous Digital Delegation at MIT, Elder Dr. Duke Redbird (Ojibway) will present a keynote talk titled “Dish with One Spoon”.

ICEO Community Dialogues Hiding in Plain Sight Confronting Implicit Bias

ICEO Community Dialogues - Hiding in Plain Sight

Monday, November 9 @ 12:00pm - 1:30pm EST

Via Zoom

Managing implicit bias in ourselves & our workplaces.

MLK Visiting Scholar Patricia Saulis will feature clips of Mikmaq Elders speaking and provide some perspective on how their work could be brought forward in discussions of Environmental Justice and Media.

Creating Space for Balance: Indigenous Knowledge and Western Science — Two-Eyed Seeing — in Environmental Justice and Media

Thursday, November 5 @ 5:00pm EST

Live Stream

Featuring Patricia Saulis, MLK Visiting Scholar, Executive Director of the Maliseet Nation Conservation Council, and a member of the Maliseet tribe of Indigenous people