The 4 Directions ProjectionsSharing traditional and contemporary Indigenous knowledge to nurture people, revere places, and promote purpose
“The 4 Directions Projections webinars: Sharing Traditional and Contemporary Indigenous Knowledge to Nurture People, Revere Places, and Promote Purpose.”are part of IAIA Land-Grant Program's mission to promotes and supports the mosaic of Traditional Knowledge (TK) systems.
Webinars are 12:15-1:30 pm MST.
Wednesday, September 14: M. Kalani Souza (Hawaiian) Olohana Foundation. Kalani is a gifted storyteller, singer, songwriter, musician, performer, poet, philosopher, priest, political satirist, and peacemaker. A Hawaiian practitioner and crosscultural facilitator, he has experience in promoting social justice through conflict resolution. His workshops and lectures inspire, challenge and entertain the listener while calling all to be their greater selves. (https://olohana.org/)
NEW DATE: Thursday, October 20: Rena Priest (Lhaq'temish-Lumi Nation) WA State Poet Laureate, https://www.humanities.org/program/wa-poet-laureate/
Wednesday, November 16: Michaela Goade (Tlingit & Haida) Illustrator, "We Are Water Protectors" https://www.michaelagoade.com/about
Class Length: 11 Weeks
Course Sections — Fall 2022