Watch Hacking the University: Reckoning with Racial Equity, Climate Justice, and Global Warming

Day 1 of Hacking the University

Thursday, October 15, 2020

Watch the first session of Hacking the University: Reckoning with Racial Equity, Climate Justice, and Global Warming, a series of sessions grappling with global warming, including the critical matters of racial equity and climate justice.

Featuring: Brent Stonefish, Educator, Turtle Clan, Eelūnaapèewi Lahkèewiit (Delaware Nation); K. Wayne Yang, Educator and Provost; Jonathan Holloway, Historian and President, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey; Moderated by Jack Tchen, Public historian and Director, Price Institute

 

Day 2 of Hacking the University

Friday, October 16, 2020

Watch the second session of Hacking the University: Reckoning with Racial Equity, Climate Justice, and Global Warming.

AM Session

Featuring: Winona LaDuke (Anishinaabekwe) Organizer, Eco-Economist, Activist; Tim Eatman, Educator, and Dean; Kevin Lyons, Supply-chain Environmental Archaeologist; Reverend Lennox Yearwood, Jr., President, and Founder, Hip Hop Caucus; Moderated by Alexandra Chang, Curator, Art Historian, Interim Associate Director, Price Institute

 

PM Session

Featuring: Roderick Ferguson, Historian, Race and Critical University Studies, Yale University; Nancy Cantor, Psychologist, and Chancellor, RU-N; Ana Baptista, Environmental Urban Planner, Chair, Environmental Policy & Sustainability Management Grad Program, The New School for Social Research; Moderated by Rosamond S. King, Poet, Scholar, and Director, Ethyle R. Wolfe Humanities Center

 

Day 3 of Hacking the University

Saturday, October 17, 2020

Watch the third session of Hacking the University: Reckoning with Racial Equity, Climate Justice, and Global Warming.

Featuring: Kristi Pullen Fedinick, Biologist and Director, Science and Data, Natural Resources Defense Council; Max Liboiron(Michif/Métis), Science and Technology Studies and Co-founder, Civic Lab for Environmental Action Research (CLEAR), Memorial University at Newfoundland; Morgan L. Ridgway (Nanticoke-Lenape), Historian, PhD ABD, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; Desi Rodriguez-Lonebear (Cheyenne & Chicana), Sociology and American Indian Studies, University of California Los Angeles; Sabra Bee, Co-founder of the Newark Water Coalition; Nathaly Agosto Fillion, Chief Sustainability Officer, City of Newark; Yvette Jordan, Educator, Environmental & Social Justice Activist, Founding member of Newark Education Workers Caucus; Brent Stonefish, Educator, Turtle Clan, Eelūnaapèewi Lahkèewiit (Delaware Nation); Dr. Helena D. Lewis, DSW, LCSW, LCADC, Theatrical Scholar-Practioner, Reentry Specialist; Jacqueline Mattis, Social Psychologist and Dean, SASN, RU-N; Isabel Nazario, Associate Vice President for Strategic Initiatives in Diversity and Inclusion, Rutgers, The State of New Jersey; Vincent Mann, Water Protector and Community Organizer, Turtle Clan Chief of the Ramapough Lenape Nation; Moderated by Neil M. Maher, Environmental Historian, Federated History Department at NJIT and RU-N

 

Hacking the University with Chief Vincent Mann

Words from Chief Vincent Mann, Water Protector and Community Organizer, Turtle Clan Chief of the Ramapough Lenape Nation

 

Hacking the University with Dr. Helena D. Lewis

Performance by Dr. Helena D. Lewis, DSW, LCSW, LCADC, Theatrical Scholar-Practioner, Reentry Specialist