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Historical Trauma to Historical Wisdom: How a Generation is Healing: Speakers: Josh Cocker and Shalene Joseph, Indigenous 20-something project In this event offered as part of Everybody Reads 2020, Josh and Shalene speak about their experiences as trainers for the Indigenous 20-something Project, a project of the...

Historical Trauma to Historical Wisdom: How a Generation is Healing: Speakers: Josh Cocker and Shalene Joseph, Indigenous 20-something project In this event offered as part of Everybody Reads 2020, Josh and Shalene speak about their experiences as trainers for the Indigenous 20-something Project, a project of the...

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Historical Trauma to Historical Wisdom: How a Generation is Healing: Speakers: Josh Cocker and Shalene Joseph, Indigenous 20-something project In this event offered as part of Everybody Reads 2020, Josh and Shalene speak about their experiences as trainers for the Indigenous 20-something Project, a project of the...

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Length:
61 minutes
Released:
Jan 24, 2020
Format:
Podcast Episode

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Speakers: Josh Cocker and Shalene Joseph, Indigenous 20-something project In this event offered as part of Everybody Reads 2020, Josh and Shalene speak about their experiences as trainers for the Indigenous 20-something Project, a project of the Native Wellness Institute. They speak about the historical trauma experienced by Indigenous people, and how they navigate colonial structures to empower young Native people. Listeners will gain cultural awareness of local, Native communities. Recorded Live at Central Library: January 15, 2020
Released:
Jan 24, 2020
Format:
Podcast Episode