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March 23

Susan Leech is a biologist with the Firelight GroupHunting, Fishing and Big Oil: How Native Rights Could Stop the Keystone Pipeline

Susan Leech is a biologist with the Firelight Group, a Canadian-based research cooperative that works exclusively with Aboriginal communities to provide high quality research and technical services that help communities assess and assert their rights. Susan is registered as a professional biologist in the province of British Columbia, Canada, and holds a Master’s degree in biology from Dalhousie University. Her work with the Firelight Group includes research on culturally important species at risk, policy changes for managing culturally important species, technical reviews of regulatory processes, and working with communities to develop better ways of assessing the true environmental impacts of projects.

April 13

Dr. James Lai, Santa Clara University

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Dr. James S. Lai is Associate Professor and Associate Director of the Ethnic Studies Department at Santa Clara University. His 2011 book, Asian American Political Action: Suburban Transformations, examines the demographic shifts and the rise of Asian American political incorporation in small to medium size suburbs throughout the continental United States.

Menlo College

Menlo College