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This workshop will introduce you to the 6 dimensions of wellness and encourage you to create an individual wellness plan.
This lecture will explore the histories and legacies of genocide and mass violence perpetrated against the Indigenous peoples of North America broadly from the sixteenth century to the present by introducing competing definitions and concepts of physical and cultural genocide and settler colonialism.
This lecture will provide an introductory framework to “reading” the news and other media with a critical lens. Media actors have various roles: as watchdogs for democracy, as knowledge producers, and as professionals with loosely defined norms and practices for conducting their work.
The Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Study findings represent a paradigm shift in human understanding of the origins of physical, social, mental, and societal health and well-being.
This presentation will introduce the concepts of Historical Trauma and Epigenetics from the American Indian perspective and help us begin to uncover the ongoing impact on our children, families, communities and ourselves.