ZOLTÁN GROSSMAN

Faculty member in Geography

and Native American Studies,

The Evergreen State College

Lab 1, Rm.3012, 2700 Evergreen Pkwy. NW

Olympia, WA 98505 USA

grossmaz@evergreen.edu

Tel. (360) 867-6153

 
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INDIGENOUS PEOPLES SPECIALTY GROUP
at the Association of American Geographers (AAG)
annual meeting, Chicago 2006
 
Download the pdf of IPSG's Geography brochure for Native students
 
 
 
Winona LaDuke, director of Honor the Earth and the
White Earth Land Recovery Project and author of
Recovering the Sacred: the Power of Naming and
Claiming (2005), All Our Relations: Native Struggles
for Land and Life (1999), and other books.
 
 
Part of the audience for Winona LaDuke's talk on
March 10, 2006.
 
 
Winona LaDuke with members of the AAG's
Indigenous Peoples Specialty Group (IPSG).
Top: Margaret Pearce, Brian J. Murton,
Kamanamaikalani Beamer, Renee Louis,
Winona LaDuke, Jay Johnson, Doug Herman.
Bottom: Zoltan Grossman, Kristin Seery, Laura Smith.
 
 
 
IPSG co-chairs Laura Smith (Macalester) and
Jay Johnson (Nebraska).
 
 
Fred Ackley and Frances Van Zile, community
representatives of the Mole Lake Sokoagon Chippewa
Community and Midwest Treaty Network in Wisconsin,
with Zoltan Grossman.
 
 
Celebrating after the conference at Reza's
Persian restaurant in Chicago. From left:
Bettina Koschade, Margaret Pearce,
Rebecca Ferguson, Jay Johnson,
Renee Louis, Belinda Dodson.