The Metabolic Studio is hosting 100 Conversations About Water During the Centenary of the Los Angeles Aqueduct.Please join us for Conversation Number 83 Water is LIFE: Indigenous Perspectives
Join us for an evening of in-depth conversations with Indigenous leaders from Tribal Nations throughout California and the United States speaking about the importance of water locally and globally. Each speaker brings a unique and diverse tribal perspective to this timely conversation, as we stand in California and throughout the world, at a critical juncture for water.
• Tia Oros Peters, Zuni, Executive Director, Seventh Generation Fund for
• Chris Peters, Pohilik-lah/Karuk, CEO and President, Seventh Generation
Fund for Indigenous Peoples
• Kathy Bancroft, Lone Pine Paiute Shoshone, Tribal Historic Preservation
Officer, Lone Pine Paiute Shoshone Reservation
• Antonette Cordero, Coastal Band of the Chumash Nation, Deputy Attorney
General, California (title listed for identification purposes only)
• Craig Torres, Tongva, educator and artist, Traditional Council of Pimu, Ti’at
• Charles A. Sepulveda, Acjachemen and Tongva, Doctoral Candidate,
Ethnic Studies, University of California, Riverside, will moderate the discussion
Enter the library at the Flower Street entrance only. Pershing Square or 7th Street/ Metro
Center are the closest subway stops.
Event is free, but parking is $8 in the lot on Flower.