Monday, October 9
12:00 – 1:00 pm ET
Virtual via Zoom, Registration Required
Northeastern University is recognizing Indigenous Peoples’ Day through a panel presentation and discussion focusing on Indigenous community, scholarship, and research by individuals from across Northeastern’s Indigenous community. The Event will feature an opening blessing offered by Chaplain Patricia St. Onge (Haudenosaunee and Quebecoise, adopted Cheyenne River Lakota), followed by panelist presentations and discussion.
Northeastern WGSS faculty member and Associate Adjunct Professor of Indigenous Studies, Natalee Kēhaulani Bauer, will be giving a presentation titled “Tender Violence in US Schools”. Other panelist presentations include “Indigenous Language Persistence and Digital Archives” by Ellen Cushman and “Designing Cultural Connection” by Sebastian Ellington Flying Eagle Ebarb. The discussion will be moderated by Patricia St. Onge, Chaplain and Elder-in-Residence on Northeastern’s Oakland campus.