What methodological appraoch did I use—prep campaign for Indigenous informed approach?
What was my methods for research?
Interviews with fellow organizers
Literature research
Report from NGOs research
Question and answer format—allows for guidance on which questions we have answers to vs. do not
What were the limitations of these methods?
No direct affected community correspondence
What did I learn from this whole process?
How does this resource continue to be living and updated?

What is this report being used for?
Primer for understanding land grabs at Harvard
Identifying concretely what we don’t know yet about land grabs at Harvard and affected communities
Prioritizing things we need to figure out
Sam Wohns wrote the Oakland report
How can I organize this report so it’s directly useful to our team?
What questions do you think are most important for us to answer?
Background of land grabs in general, history of how land grabs developed
What could Harvard do? What are examples of institutions that have done right? Groups proposing solutions that can inform our own? How can we bring specifics
Gaps in what we know about what communities want?
What are other instances in which land was being given back to people? Governments / private owners
Talk to Stop Land Grabs Coalition
How can I set this up so that it’s a shared responsibility among the team
Who’s working on this as a summer research project?
Purpose of doing this research
More research more strategic with demands
Information is old, sources pieced together from researchers, responsibility of using best possible information, make campaign legit, strategic obligation to people affected by this
Place closer to solidriaty with communities
We have capacity to form more relationships
Forming a formal research team or roles
Weekly/ biweekly over summer? meeting
How to make sure questions emerges from team. communities itselves?
Conversations with people

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