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This talk by Jamaican Taino chief, Kasike Kalaan Nibonrix Kaiman, will address “stories as medicine” in his home context, linking this to climate change, the disconnection with environmental cycles and possibilities for healing.

This talk is part of a joint endeavor between Africana Studies at Northeastern and the University of Rhode Island, one which includes talks at both institutions, a joint Manship Arts Residency Fellowship at the Manship in Gloucester, Massachusetts where Dr. Catherine John-Camara, Dr. Kris Manjapra and Taino Kasike Kalaan Kaiman will creatively strategize about an African and Indigenous project in the rural Jamaican village of Woodside in the parish of St. Mary.

This event is sponsored by Africana Studies, and by the Arts & Humanities Social Action Lab (Ethics Institute). To learn more, visit https://cssh.northeastern.edu/ahalab/

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