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Learning Right Relations, Olympia

Greetings to all!

May 2, 2018 - TWO Annual events soon

Vine Deloria Symposium urgent
May 3 Early Registration Deadline

Thursday, May 3, 12-2 pm
Salish Sea Speaker Series:
Wool, Cedar and the Salish Sea
NW Indian College

See below May 3, 12-2 event "Salish Sea Speaker Series: Wool, Cedar and the Salish Sea" There will be another email when I receive more information about events next week.

13th Vine Deloria, Jr. Indigeous Studies Symposium
NW Indian College

Fri, May 18, 2018, 8:30 AM –after dinner, Sat, May 19, 8:30- 5:30 PM
2 catered lunches and amazing sea food dinner (morning bagels/fruit/coffee
http://www.nwic.edu/faculty-staff/vine-deloria-jr-symposium/

RegistrationUntil May 3: $200 regular registration (non-tribal) $100 day registration (non-tribal), student with ID $100. There is also a reservation fee for each reservation. AFTER May 3 registration goes to $350. One day registration @$100 good until May 19. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/13th-vine-deloria-jr-indigenous-studies-symposium-tickets-44003593934#ticketss

I highly recommend the Vine Deloria Symposium at NW Indian College. I have attended these symposiums since 2004. It is an exposure to scholars, tribal leaders, and activists. It is educational, moving and inspiring. This year’s keynote speaker is David Wilkins, University of MN. "Red Prophet: The Punishing Intellectualism of Vine Deloria, Jr." https://www.amazon.com/David-E.-Wilkins/e/B001IU2SMEE

Developing Agenda & Confirmed Panel Speakers

  • A panel discussing The Jay Treaty
  • A speaker on the Sinixt Hunting Rights Case
  • A speaker on North Carolina Tribes Grappling with a Proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline
  • A panel addressing Ramifications of Atlantic Salmon Release
  • A panel discussing Traditional Plants with speakers from other TCUs
  • An update from Senator John McCoy
  • Alan Parker and his new book, Pathways to Indigenous Sovereignty

    Thursday, May 3, 12-2 pm
    Salish Sea Speaker Series: Wool, Cedar and the Salish Sea
    NW Indian College

    2522 Kwina Rd
    Cultural learning Center, Log building 7A

    Chief Tsi'li'xw (Bill James) and Su'hun'up Hussmeen (Troy Olson) of the Lummi Nation will discuss the importance of weaving in the Coast Salish tradition. They will explore how the art of cedar and wool is impacted by the changing conditions throughout the Salish Sea. All are welcome. Free Parking. Lunch provided.

    Link to videos of Salish Sea Speakers Series here (scroll down)
    http://www.nwic.edu/life-on-campus/degrees-and-certificates/b-s-in-native-environmental-science/

    Register for 2018 Winter Gatherings

    Thank you!

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