Sat, Aug 28|
Hosted by Sandra Dissertation - 25 pgs Follow the true tale of 3 young Indigenous boys as they embark on the journey to become ethnographers of the two critical events of Wounded Knee.
Time & Location
Aug 28, 2021, 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. MDT
About the Event
Hosted by Sandra - Professor Emerita of Lakehead Univeristy’s - Former Chair of Aboriginal Education. An Ojibwe and Assiniboine scholar from Turtle Mountain in North Dakota. Genre: Indigenous / Societal / Cultural
Dissertation - 25 pgs (35 min read)
Follow the true tale of three young Indigenous boys as they embark on the journey to become ethnographers of the two critical events of Wounded Knee (1890 & 1971). This profound paper documents the boys’ journey to becoming Warriors and what it means for anyone to become and hold Warriorship.
Intent of Session:
Experiential and focused on life experiences related to the text.
Join for a rich discussion with the author, Dr. Wolf, on the role Indigenous youth can take on in becoming academic Warriors to discover, reflect, and teach their heritage to the world.
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