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Saturday, February 4 • 3:00pm - 4:15pm
From Crisis to Resilience

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Katrina. Superstorm Sandy. The financial meltdown of 2008. These are some of the acute crises that underline chronic disasters like climate change, colonialism, and capitalism. Ferguson. Baltimore. Standing Rock. These are some of the flashpoints that are the rational and necessary responses in a society that is founded on institutionalized racism and colonialism. Crises and disasters, flashpoints and uprisings, these help bring clarity and focus our attention to underlying and systemic problems. In this workshop we will explore how to continue to develop systemic responses, build leadership skills and practices that empower us to move from crises to resilience, and create the necessary infrastructure to carry over from past struggles and victories and liberate our communities.

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Robert Chanate

Woodbine Ecology Center
Robert Chanate is a member of the Kiowa Nation and has lived in Denver, Colorado for several years. He is a volunteer for various Native organizations in which his support role differs based on the group’s mission. Some of this work includes Native Youth leadership development, grassroots community organizing, non-violent direction action trainings, and educational presentations. He also is a contributor to Indian Country Today.
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Rick Garcia

Woodbine Ecology Center
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Tifanny Lovato

Woodbine Ecology Center
"Guwatsi hoba!" Tiffany says, "Greetings, how is everyone?!" in her Keres language. She is from the tribe of Kewa Pueblo (aka Santo Domingo Pueblo) in New Mexico. She comes from the Pumpkin clan. Tiffany gained her traditional education from her tribe where she learned the Keres language, culture, and traditions that continue today. Tiffany passes these teachings onto her daughter and educates others about the importance of cultural diversity and... Read More →
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Liberty Shellman

Operations Director, Woodbine Ecology Center
Generous with her time and always ready to commit, Liberty has been involved with dozens of non-profits and small organizations throughout her professional career. She graduated from Metropolitan State University with a BA in Political Science and a BFA in Photography. Currently she is the Executive Director of the Boulder International Fringe Festival, a 12 day performance art festival in Boulder, and serves on the Board of Directors for... Read More →
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Pavlos Stavropoulos

Woodbine Ecology Center
Born and raised in Greece, Pavlos grew up bilingual and bicultural. Before moving to Colorado Pavlos served on the board of the Oregon Public Interest Research Group, and was the publications coordinator and a board member at the Institute for Social Ecology in Vermont. Since moving to Colorado he has served as the publications coordinator for the Fourth World Center, been the publisher and associate editor of Society and Nature/Democracy... Read More →


Saturday February 4, 2017 3:00pm - 4:15pm
N129 University of Colorado Sustainability, Energy and Environment Complex (SEEC), 4001 Discovery Drive, Boulder, CO 80303

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