The Poaching of Our Wildest Dreams: Indigenous Peoples, Predation and the Law
Thursday, April 25, 2013 from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM (PDT)
Los Angeles, CA
Julian Aguon is an indigenous Chamoru activist, attorney, and author. His specialty area is international human rights and while his work is anchored in his home Guam, he actively works to promote the wellbeing of indigenous peoples of the larger Micronesian region and Oceania as a whole. He lives in Tunhom, Guam.
Presented by the UCLA American Indian Studies Center and the UCLA Asian American Studies Center as a part of the UCLA Environmental Justice Initiative.
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Co-Sponsors at UCLA: Institute of American Cultures, College of Letters and Science, Division of Social Sciences, Postcolonial Literature and Theory Colloquium, International Institute, Institute of the Environment and Sustainability, Luskin School of Public Affairs, UCLA Library
LiveStreaming Made Possible by: UBC Okanagan Partners (Aboriginal Centre, Equity Office, Indigenous Studies – Community, Culture and Global Studies), UBC Vancouver Partners (Asian Canadian Studies Program, Faculty of Law at Allard Hall, First Nations House of Learning, Global Lounge, Indigenous Legal Studies Program, UBC Sustainability Initiative)
Community Partners: Pacific Island Ethnic Art Museum, UCLA American Indian Student Association, Graduate Coalition of the Native Pacific