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Marian Pastor Roces, Cian Dayrit, and Beaska Niillas

Through the mounting challenges of this pandemic, there has been greater violence, incarceration and surveillance of indigenous communities, land and water defenders, as well as agrarian resistances. In this session we invite participants to foreground their practices toward ecological justice, Indigenous leadership and the role of public culture in addressing Rights to self-determination, traditional knowledge as well as planetary toxicity.

GB13 participant, artist and activist Cian Dayrit speaks about artistic strategies of communal mapping with agrarian and indigenous communities in the Philippines within ensuing land and resource struggles. Activist and Sámi nature guardian Beaska Niillas shares his strategies of boycott, moratorium, legal cases to protect land and water resources and expanded alliances with Indigenous activists in other parts of the world. Working on institution-building against systemic violence, curator Marian Pastor Roces draws on indigenous custodianship and cultural vocabularies of oral histories, collective memory, and material inheritance.

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