“Salmon and Acorns Feed Our People,” a book talk and celebration with Kari Norgaard and Ron Reed (Karuk)
Mar 4, 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm
Many Nations Longhouse
Free and open to the public
Light refreshments will be served
Kari Norgaard (non-Native Professor of Sociology/Environmental Studies at University of Oregon) has engaged in environmental justice policy work with the Karuk Tribe since 2003. Norgaard is author of Living in Denial: Climate Change, Emotions and Everyday Life and other publications on gender, race, and the sociology of emotions.
Ron Reed Ron Reed s a traditional dipnet fisherman and a cultural ecologist for the Karuk Tribe. Located in Northern California on the Klamath River, the Karuk are one of the 18 California tribes without a ratified treaty, and thus, no reservation. Ron was born into a medicinal family and taught the traditions of the tribe from ceremonies to fishing.
For more information about the book, visit: https://www.rutgersuniversitypress.org/salmon-and-acorns-feed-our-people/9780813584195