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Energy on Tribal Lands – A Sustainable Energy and Resources Law Conversation

You’re invited to an enlightening event on Energy on Tribal Lands. Join TU’s College of Law to hear from Professor and Sustainable Energy and Resources Law (SERL) Director Warigia Bowman, guest speakers Tahlina Nofire (Cherokee Nation) and Travis Hallam (Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation), and moderator Professor Marc Roark for a compelling conversation.

After the event, you’ll have the opportunity to network and mingle with like-minded individuals during the reception in the Pit.

Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity. RSVP to Natasha Odom at natasha-odom@utulsa.edu by April 5 to secure your spot.

 

Killers of the Flower Moon Screening

Join the Undergraduate Native American Student Association for a viewing of the Killers of the Flower Moon in the Alcove room on the second floor. All are welcome. There will be snacks provided.

Food Sovereignty

The Sovereign Futures gathering is set to take place at the Harvest Land Farm of the Osage Nation – a program site that holds great significance. To make the event even more special, Chef Ben Jacobs from the Osage tribe will be cooking a traditional Osage meal for the attendees, using ingredients sourced from Clark-Asberry Homestead Ranch – one of the last independently owned Black farms in Tulsa County – and Osage Nation’s Harvest Land Farm. By showcasing the culinary heritage of the Osage tribe and supporting independent Black farming, Sovereign Futures is not only providing a unique experience but also promoting cultural diversity and social justice. Don’t miss out on this one-of-a-kind event!

Osage Nation Harvest Land Farm

102 Midland Avenue Pawhuska, OK 74056