Anti-Oppressive Permaculture Design
An interdisciplinary workshop with Cynthia Espinosa and Lisa Depiano
Wednesday, April 20th, 5-7:30PM
Franklin Patterson Hall, West Lecture Hall
~Dinner will be provided~
This workshop will focus on the ways that social permaculture principles in action can help us understand and disrupt oppressive power structures and racial hierarchies. There will be hands-on activities to help us understand what social permaculture principles look like. Followed by an interactive panel discussion around topics of how permaculture design can work towards shifting away from oppressive paradigms and around decolonizing the permaculture movement itself. Brought to you by the “Racial Justice, Regeneration, and Permaculture” EPEC / Workshops series and Co-sponsored by the Ethics and the Common Good Project.
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