Selected Talks and Lectures

Featured: Scars of Suffering and Healing: A Black Feminist Perspective on Intersections of Oppression 

 

This is the talk I gave at the Activist's Table Conference, which took place at UC Berkeley on March 15, 2014. It was sponsored by the Factory Farming Awareness Coalition. I talk about Sistah Vegan and also read from and analyze my newest book, Scars, a social fiction that intersects issues of racism, internalized homophobia, and speciesism to name a few.

The Color of Animal Rights 

2013 Resistance Ecology Conference

Portland State University, Portland, OR

 

The Color of Animal Rights panel with Lauren Ornelas of the Food Empowerment Project, explored the failures of mainstream animal rights movements to incorporate critical race politics, class, geopolitics and the dynamics of privilege and oppression into their ideologies and highlighted a path to the future that is more inclusive and therefore can be more effective and successful. 

'“G’s Up Hoes Down:” Black Masculinity, Veganism, and Ethical Consumption Remixed.' 

Oberlin College, Oberlin, OH (2014)

 

“Recipes for A Racial Headache in "Post-Racial" America.” 

San Francisco Green Festival (2012)

 

 

On the Myth of Being a Strong Black Woman, Decolonizing Our Taste Buds, and Self-Care. 

Conference Against Environmental Racism at the University of Oregon, Eugene (2013)

 

 

Gs Up, Hoes Down: Black Masculinity, Veganism and Eco-Conscious Hip Hop - The Remix

Pacific Lutheran University (2014)

 

 

Diversity Rhetoric as Healing or Hurting? Decolonial Politics in a Postracial Era (Part 1)

Occidental College (2013)

 

 

Diversity Rhetoric as Healing or Hurting? Decolonial Politics in a Postracial Era (Part 2)

 

 

Diversity Rhetoric as Healing or Hurting? Decolonial Politics in a Postracial Era (Part 3)

 

 

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A. Breeze Harper, PhD 

Diversity and Inclusion Strategist, Cultural Food Studies Scholar, & Facilitator