Can You Hear Me Now? Clayton Thomas-Müller

Clayton Thomas-Müller

Can You Hear Me Now? Clayton Thomas-Müller

Clayton Thomas-Müller

12:00pm

Thursday, October 21, 2021

The phrase can you hear me now? has become ubiquitous in the age of digital meetings, but also speaks to global movements for change that call for marginalized voices to be represented, celebrated and heard. TIFA is proud to present a new collection of writing that responds to this phrase, penned by some of the world’s most distinct voices. Tune in daily to hear authors read their newly commissioned work.

The first reading of the series features Cree author Clayton Thomas-Müller. From his electrifying memoir, Life in the City of Dirty Water, to his activism for Indigenous rights and environmental justice, Thomas-Müller’s perspective and voice is one you will not want to miss.

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Generously Supported by Jack Curtin and Beth Nowers 

Reading

The phrase can you hear me now? has become ubiquitous in the age of digital meetings, but also speaks to global movements for change that call for marginalized voices to be represented, celebrated and heard. TIFA is proud to present a new collection of writing that responds to this phrase, penned by some of the world’s most distinct voices. Tune in daily to hear authors read their newly commissioned work.

The first reading of the series features Cree author Clayton Thomas-Müller. From his electrifying memoir, Life in the City of Dirty Water, to his activism for Indigenous rights and environmental justice, Thomas-Müller’s perspective and voice is one you will not want to miss.

English captioning is available for this video. Please click the ‘CC’ button in the video toolbar to turn it on.

Generously Supported by Jack Curtin and Beth Nowers 

Reading

Featured Authors

Clayton Thomas-Müller is a member of the Treaty #6 based Mathias Colomb Cree Nation also known as Pukatawagan located in Northern Manitoba, Canada. He is a campaigner for 350.org, a global movement that's responding to the climate crisis. He has campaigned on behalf of Indigenous peoples around the world for more than 20 years, working with the Indigenous Environmental Network, Black Mesa Water Coalition, Global Justice Ecology Project, and Bioneers, among others.

Read more about Clayton Thomas-Müller

12:00pm

Thursday, October 21, 2021

What to read

Life in the City of Dirty Water by ,
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