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Becoming Inclusionary: Session 2

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Food, Justice, and Power by Dr. Analena Hope Hassberg

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Pollinator-mediated interactions in experimental arrays vary with neighbor identity

Dr. Melissa Ha Department of Biology and Ecology Yuba College Interactions between species can vary with context. Dr. Melissa Ha investigated how indirect competition and facilitation between plant…

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With and Against the Grain: Bread in the Late Anthropocene

Alice Julier Director of the Center for Regional Agriculture, Food, and Transformation (CRAFT), Associate Professor, and Director of Food Studies at Chatham Grains play a major part in developing…

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Academic Senate 4-5-18

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Policing and Turnout in St. Louis

Dr. Traci Burch Northwestern University In 2014, the police shooting of unarmed black teenager Michael Brown in a suburb of St. Louis resulted in street protests by members of that community. That…

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Trafficking, Migration & Working with Rescued Victims and Survivors Vicki Zito

Vicki Zito R.N., Anti-Trafficking Activist, Mother of a Survivor Ms. Zito is the mother of four children, including a trafficking victim. She relates that one evening her daughter did not return…

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Eat the View: The Fight for Edible Landscapes

Roger Doiron Founder & Director of Kitchen Gardens International Sometimes the best solution to a big problem is not a single, big one but many little ones. In his globe-trotting presentation…

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The Writer's Voice-Valerie Fioravanti

Valerie Fioravanti Fiction Author, Faculty for UCLA Writers' Extension Valerie Fioravanti’s first book, “Garbage Night at the Opera,” is a collection of interlacing short…

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