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Friday, June 15 • 12:45pm - 1:45pm
Decolonize your Bod-tany with Queer Ecology

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Climate chaos is something that can no longer be ignored, especially with its devastating effects on frontline communities. We will explore the ways in which climate chaos effects our community at all intersections. We will then start to think and build on how our community is handling this issue through queer ecology and share present examples of the work being done by the QTPOC community.


Moretta Browne

Moretta Browne is a QTPOC farmer currently living in the Bay Area. Her current work is based in how our current farm policies reshape different farm communities in the state of California., Pesticide Action Network
Mo Browne is an East Coast transplant now rooted in Oakland, CA. Having farmed for two seasons, her current focus has shifted to helping farmers of color understand California farm policies and to help effect policy change. She loves to work on her home garden, dancing, and collecting... Read More →

Edgar Flores

Edgar works on cross-pollinating traditional ecological knowledge, queer politics, and indigenous philosophies to connect the dots between colonial botany and queer liberation. Xochitl actively nurtures ecological spaces to organize folx, raise awareness, sequester carbon, dissolve... Read More →

Friday June 15, 2018 12:45pm - 1:45pm EDT
STATE HALL: Room 116