Submitted 22 January 2024 by Justin Lund
COD – NIBA Native American and Indigenous Biological Anthropologists
Our mission is to cultivate a vibrant and supportive community for the next generation of Indigenous biological anthropologists. Rooted in our shared commitment to preserving and advancing Indigenous knowledge, we strive to create a space that fosters collaboration, mentorship, and innovation. By nurturing a network of Indigenous researchers, we aim to amplify diverse voices, promote cultural sensitivity in anthropological research, and contribute to the empowerment of Indigenous sovereignties. Through collaboration, education, and advocacy, we seek to bridge the gap between traditional wisdom and scientific inquiry, paving the way for a future where Indigenous perspectives shape the forefront of biological anthropology.
🌿☕ Join Us for Coffee! ☕🌿
Indigenous Biological Anthropologists and allies,
You're invited to join our inaugural gathering of Native American and Indigenous Biological Anthropologists (NIBA) for a delightful cup of coffee and engaging conversations!
🔍 Explore the rich tapestry of Indigenous perspectives in biological anthropology.
🌱 Connect with like-minded individuals passionate about preserving and advancing Indigenous knowledge.
🤝 Build a supportive community that embraces diversity, collaboration, and mentorship.
☕ Enjoy a casual coffee chat where ideas flow, and connections flourish.
📅 Date: Friday, March 22, 2024
🕒 Time: 10:00 – 11:00 AM
📍 Location: Bluestone Lane Coffee (just 0.5 miles from conference hotel)
1260 S. Figueroa St.
Los Angeles, CA 90015
Come sip coffee with us as we embark on a journey to bridge our cultures with scientific inquiry, shaping the future of Indigenous research in biological anthropology. Let's gather, share stories, and cultivate a space where the next generation of Indigenous researchers can thrive!
See you there!
Justin Lund, Chair - [email protected]
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