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IEJ celebrated Earth Day 2024 on Zoom with Joe Pitawanakwat titled Learning Plant Knowledge through Kinship. Joe speaks about plant knowledge, medicine, and the importance of understanding our relationship with plants. Joe shares through stories and videos to help learn about the important role of plants in our daily lives.


IEJ celebrated Earth Day 2023 through an incredible conversation with Hillary McGregor and Dionovan Grosbeck, as they discussed the video, Climate Crisis: An Indigenous Perspective. In the discussion, moderated by Deborah McGregor, the speakers spoke to their perspectives on the video, Earth Day, community, and future generations.


In celebration of Earth Day, April 22 (2022), the Indigenous Environmental Justice Project partnered with the Centre for Indigenous Knowledges and Languages (CIKL) in organizing a conversation with Joseph Pitawanakwat.


The IEJ team celebrated Earth Day on April 22nd via virtual events and sharing of Indigenous perspectives via presentations, videos, social media and photos. Earth Day 2020 represents 50 years of celebrating Earth Day.