An Indigenous Way of Being


Tuesday, March 16, 2021
7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Online
Alumni, Community, Faculty, Staff, Students




We are excited to invite you to join us for an exploration of Anishinaabe teachings and relationality around protecting the environment. Increase your awareness of Anishinaabe culture and traditions and how to integrate these into your classroom to support environmental education. 

Dr. Andrea Riley-Mukavetz, an Assistant Professor in the Integrative, Religious, and Intercultural Studies Department at Grand Valley State University, will discuss how information can be passed from generation to generation (the Anishinaabe way) and how it relates to storytelling and the use of rhetoric. Hunter Genia, MSW, a GVSU alumnus, will discuss how history shapes who we are as a people, and adds to our cross-generational and cross-cultural conversations.

This event is in partnership with GVSU's Native American Heritage Celebration.

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Jessica Vander Ark, vandjess@gvsu.edu


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This event was added to the calendar by Joanna Allerhand (allerhaj@gvsu.edu) on Monday, March 1, 2021 and was last updated on Tuesday, March 2, 2021 at 12:11 p.m.