In recent years, there have been a number of impassioned disputes in the U.S. over how racialized groups (immigrants of color, native-born minorities, and Native peoples) use animals in their cultural practices. Professor Kim will ask how are we to think through these competing sets of moral and political claims and do justice to them both? How can we move beyond exclusive attention to one form of domination to a viewpoint that acknowledges and addresses multiple forms of domination at the same time? How might we re-imagine the human, the animal, and nature outside of relations of domination? What would justice in a multi-racial, multi-species world look like?