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Diné Horsemanship for Healing and Decolonization

Event Type
Lecture
Topic
american indians
Sponsor
Native American House and American Indian Studies. Paid for in part by the Student Cultural Programming Fund.
Location
Bruce D. Nesbitt African American Cultural Center
Date
Feb 21, 2020   12:00 pm  
Speaker
Dr. Kelsey Dayle John (Diné), American Indian Studies, University of Arizona
Cost
Free and Open to the Public
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Originating Calendar
American Indian Studies Program

Dr. Kelsey Dayle John (Diné) will talk about her research and work with her community (human and nonhuman) in Navajo Nation. In the Navajo worldview, horses are healers and educators. Her talk will describe her community relations and how the horse is a leader on decolonization, healing, and connecting people in a good way.

Dr. John is a Post Doctoral Research Associate in American Indian Studies at the University of Arizona.

Lunch provided

Sponsored by Native American House and American Indian Studies. Paid for in part by the Student Cultural Programming Fund.

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