Talk – Rematriation, Indigenous Women, and Traditional Indigenous Land Concepts in the Land Back Movement
November 8 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm| Free
The talk will be held virtually via Zoom and in-person at 107 Norman Smith Hall, UMaine.
- Virtual attendance: Complete the registration form to receive Zoom connection information.
- In-person attendance: Attendees must follow UMaine’s COVID-19 guidelines.
Facilitator: Darren Ranco, Associate Professor, Anthropology and Mitchell Center; Chair of Native American Programs; Coordinator of Native American Research
- Mali Obomsawin (Odanak Abenaki Nation) of the Bomazeen Land Trust
- Sherri Mitchell (Penobscot Nation), executive director of the Land Peace Foundation
- A further panelist will be announced shortly
Join Dr. Darren Ranco for a roundtable discussion about the roles that Rematriation, indigenous women, and traditional indigenous land concepts have in the Land Back movement. Dr. Ranco will be joined by Mali Obomsawin (Odanak Abenaki Nation) of the Bomazeen Land Trust, Sherri Mitchell (Penobscot Nation), executive director of the Land Peace Foundation, and another guest TBA. Panelists will discuss the return of lands to Indigenous peoples across Wabanaki homelands and globally, and how the concept of rematriation defines traditional Indigenous land relations and motivates land return and Indigenous led Land Trusts.