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13th Annual Sustainability Education Ph.D. Symposium

MAY 5-7, 2021

The annual Ph.D. in Sustainability Education Symposium is an opportunity for Prescott College's doctoral community to convene, enjoy justice-innovating Keynote speakers Leah Penniman and Sage Crump, share their work, celebrate and honor doctoral student research, and practice, and connect!

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*Only Dissertation Sessions (green time slots) require preregistration 15 mins prior.

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The Keynotes

Leah Penniman

"Uprooting Racism,
Seeding Sovereignty"

Wednesday, May 5, 2021
Starting at 9:00-10:30 AM

Speaker: Leah Penniman, Visit Bio

“Uprooting Racism, Seeding Sovereignty” features a riveting keynote address delivered by Soul Fire Farm’s Co-Founder and Farm Manager, Leah Penniman, and closes with a performance by world-renowned poet, Soul Fire Farm’s Program Manager, Naima Penniman. The 45 minute long HD video also highlights other members of the Soul Fire Farm team and includes premier footage of the farm itself.

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Sage Crump

"The Pace of Change: Emergent Strategy implications beyond humanism."

Thursday, May 6, 2021
Starting at 9:00-10:30 AM

Speaker: Sage Crump, Visit Bio

Being right relationship with change requires engaging complexity in ways that move us beyond human centrism. Through an engagement with Black Feminist Thought within Emergent Strategy and beyond,
Sage Crump will help us unpack the ways the dominant culture of
white supremacy and racialized capitalism have shaped us and
provide us with a framework that helps us move towards the culture
we are longing for.