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Native American: Beyond Land Acknowledgment - ONLINE (Southwest)


Adult Enrichment / Academic -
Adult Enrichment Winter 2023

The practice of Indigenous land acknowledgment is growing in popularity. You may have seen a land acknowledgment delivered at a conference, concert, or public gathering. In Beyond Land Acknowledgment, staff from Native Governance Center will explain what land acknowledgment is and why it’s important to go beyond a simple statement. They’ll walk you through the action planning approach, equipping you with tools you can use to make an impact either individually or in your workplace setting. Expect an interactive and engaging presentation filled with real-life examples. Attendees will be asked to participate in live polling through Mentimeter and a Q&A session. By the end of this session, you’ll understand:

  • What Indigenous land acknowledgment is and why it can be problematic as a standalone practice
  • Why it’s important to go beyond land acknowledgment
  • How to create an action plan that’s impactful, straightforward, and demonstrates your commitment to supporting Indigenous people
  • How to share the plan with your stakeholders and make sure it stays current
  • Where to go for more information on the topic

The event is geared toward beginners and open to all: come with your questions! Attendees will participate in breakout sessions and a live Q&A with the presenters.

If class is full, please enroll for the waitlist. We will contact you if a space becomes available.

Instructors

Cree Rose Dueker

Cree Rose Dueker is passionate about data, storytelling, and engagement as tools to support and sustain sovereignty. She believes that by reconnecting + rebuilding our sovereign ways of being, systems, and first foods, we can create Indigenized futures that will benefit all. With a background working in higher education, with Native nations and urban Native communities, she brings her unique experience and drive to take care of others into her work as Program Coordinator at Native Governance Center.


Lauren Kramer

Lauren Kramer is passionate about building relationships and getting people excited about Native Governance Center’s mission. As External and Donor Relations Officer, she enjoys connecting with organizational supporters and finding ways to make difficult concepts more accessible to a general audience. Her experience working for a variety of small nonprofits has helped her develop creative strategies for building organizational visibility.

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  Lauren Kramer , Cree Rose Dueker


Online
Monday, Mar 6
6:30 - 7:30 PM

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Min Age   16 yr.

Price: $ 19 00