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Friday, October 23 • 3:00pm - 4:30pm
Keynote: Native Appropriations, Indigenous Social Media, and Responding to Racism

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Adrienne Keene will cover cultural appropriation and stereotyping, as well as pull in more of the personal story behind Native Appropriations, and the journey of thinking about the blog as a space to challenge racism, and understanding the blog as a space for "consenting to learn in public." She will cover the 4 "C"s of the blog: Critical Lens, Contemporary Issues, Community, and Counter-narratives, and the ways each of these play out in the space of Native Appropriations. She will also discuss and provide practical advice about handling the deluge of hate mail that can accompany being a woman of color on the internet, and the power of the space to create real change, as well as how a blog can work alongside an academic career path.

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Adrienne Keene

As a citizen of the Cherokee Nation, Dr. Keene has committed her life and work to exploring research methodologies that empower Native communities and privilege Native voices and perspectives, with the ultimate goal of increasing educational outcomes for Native students... Read More →

Friday October 23, 2020 3:00pm - 4:30pm EDT