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Sunday 10 March 2024

The Living Presence of Our History Part X

The Ohketeau Cultural Center and co-producer Double Edge Theatre host a panel with Indigenous leaders and scholars

Sunday 10 March 2024
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This panel of Indigenous leaders and scholars delves into the intricacies and complications regarding Native appropriation. The panel explores how these narratives affect Native and non-Native communities today and the possible steps to educate, decolonize, and make changes using an Indigenous lens.

The Living Presence of Our History is a series co-produced by Ohketeau Cultural Center and Double Edge Theatre with funding from Jacob's Pillow and Mass Humanities. This series has brought together panels of Indigenous leaders, scholars, and allies to delve into the many intricate and complicated contemporary issues facing Indigenous peoples today. We lift and center Indigenous voices and offer Native-led solutions and action items for the listener.

This event was curated and moderated by Rhonda Anderson, Ohketeau Founder and Co-Director.

Panelists include:
Lawrence Bacca, Pawnee,
Julie Dye, Pokagon Band Potawatomi Nation
Vincent Schilling, Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe
Tomantha Sylvester, Sault St. Marie Ojibwe
Brittney Walley, Nipmuc
Adrienne Keene, Cherokee Nation

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