Set during the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, Fairly Traceable follows the journeys of a young Ponca man and a Chitimacha woman as they juggle personal and career ambitions with advocacy for the environment and the people they love. In this romantic dramedy, award-winning Cherokee playwright Mary Kathryn Nagle reveals the culpability of corporate polluters and climate change deniers in environmental disasters. In the discussion directly following the play, Native leaders will discuss the performance and its significance.
- Enrico Nassi as Randy
- Emily Preis as Erin
- Allison Hicks as Carol
- Gavin Hoffman as Mark
- Kinsale Hueston as Annie
- Shyla Lefner as Suzanne
- Chris Jorie as Professor Houck
Panel Discussion Speakers
- Patty Ferguson-Bohnee (Pointe-au-Chien), Faculty Director, Indian Legal Program, Arizona State University Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law; Director, Indian Legal Clinic, Arizona State University Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law; Clinical Professor of Law, Arizona State University Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law; Co-Chair, Native American Concerns Committee, ABA Section of Civil Rights and Social Justice
- Oliver A. Houck, David Boies Chair in Public Interest Law, Tulane University Law School
- Mary Kathryn Nagle (Cherokee Nation), Playwright, Fairly Traceable; Partner, Pipestem & Nagle, P.C.
Joint Sponsor: ABA Judicial Division Tribal Courts Council
Co-Sponsors: ABA Coalition on Racial and Ethnic Justice, ABA Commission on Racial and Ethnic Diversity in the Profession, ABA Government and Public Sector Lawyers Division, ABA Judicial Division Standing Committee on Diversity in the Judiciary, ABA Law Student Division, ABA Young Lawyers Division
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