Mascots, Myths, Monuments, and Memory 9 – Julian Brave NoiseCat
The symposium, Mascots, Myths, Monuments, and Memory, examines the history and contested memory of racialized mascots and Civil War monuments and other public memorials. In this segment, Julian Brave NoiseCat (Canim Lake Band Tsq'escen), writer and policy analyst, 350.org, speaks on the second panel topic of the day, Monuments and Power: Memory vs. History, which is moderated by Lonnae O’Neal, Senior Writer, ESPN The Undefeated. Julian Brave NoiseCat is a writer, wonk, and activist. You can find his reporting and commentary in The Guardian as well as the CBC, Vice, Jacobin, Splinter News, HuffPost, Indian Country Today, The Marshall Project, Salon, High Country News, Canadian Geographic, World Policy Journal, and other publications. He is a proud member of the Canim Lake Band Tsq'escen and a descendant of the Lil'Wat Nation of Mount Currie. This program was webcast and recorded in the Oprah Winfrey Theater or the National Museum of African American History and Culture on March 3, 2018.