Topics: Anthropology, Communication, Education, Environment, History, Native American, South Dakota, Visual Art, Women
Program Types: Pre-recorded Program Video, Speakers Bureau, Virtual Program(s)
Black Hills State University, Retired
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Lakota Thoughts on Equity and Environmental Education
Folks seem to be very interested in Lakota thought and philosophy regarding our outlook on cultural values and the environment, including climate change, sacred Lakota sites (power of place) and environmental justice. My talks weave these issues in discussion of the concept of WoLakota– being in balance with the world around us – physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually.