The Poaching of Our Wildest Dreams: Indigenous Peoples, Predation and the Law

Thursday, April 25, 2013
4:00 - 6:00 PM
UCLA Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics
Lecture Hall 1200

Reception to Follow

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Julian Aguon is a hybrid writer-activist-attorney whose work has taken the forms of polemical prose, poetry, law journal articles, academic lectures, and speeches. His scholarship and advocacy principally concerns international law and the rights of non-self-governing and indigenous peoples. He teaches International Law and works as an attorney in private practice in Guam and the surrounding islands of Micronesia.

Presented by the American Indian Studies Center (AISC) and Asian American Studies Center (AASC) as part of the UCLA Environmental Justice (EJ) Initiative.
Co-sponsors: UCLA Institute of American Cultures, UCLA Institute of the Environment and Sustainability, UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs, the UCLA Library, UCLA College of Letters and Science, Division of Social Sciences, the UCLA International Institute, UCLA American Indian Student Association.

Online Streaming made possible by: 
UBC Vancouver Partners: UBC Asian Canadian Studies Program, Simon K.Y. Lee Global Lounge & Resource Centre; UBC First Nations House of Learning; UBC Sustainability Initiative; The Indigenous Legal Studies Program (Faculty of Law at Allard Hall);
UBC Okanagan Partners: Aboriginal Centre; Equity Office; Indigenous Studies (Community, Culture and Global Studies).

All-day parking ($11) and short-term parking (payable at pay stations) are available in Lots 2, 3 and 4 (enter the campus at Hilgard and Westholme avenues). For more information, call 310-825-7315.

Organizing Sponsors:
UCLA Institute of the Environment and Sustainability
UCLA Insitute of American Culture
UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs

Environmental Justice Initiative Co-sponsors and Lecture Hosts:
UCLA American Indian Studies Center
UCLA Asian American Studies Center
UCLA Bunche Center for African American Studies
UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center
UCLA Library