Joe Murphy from Humanities NY interviewed Tzintzun Aguilar-Izzo '15 and Blake Lavia about their work for The North Country Art, Land and Environment 2020 Summit, a multi-faceted symposium hosted by St. Lawrence University in September 2020. The summit focused on environmental studies, arts, humanities, and the work of community activists. The gallery exhibition Water & Origin: Protecting and Honoring the First Storyteller was presented as part of the NCALE. In the interview, Aguilar-Izzo and Lavia discuss environmental activism and history in the St. Lawrence River basin.
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