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Indigenous Ways of Being


Lipinsky Hall Auditorium

October 12, 2022 @ 11:00 am - 12:15 pm

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Hosted by the UNCA Humanities Program, a panel conversation entitled Indigenous Ways of Being sheds light on how local artists and educators are creating space that embodies indigenous ways of being and addressing issues that affect indigenous communities today. Panelists include Byron Tenesaca (Kichwa-kañari), artist and educator, Shennelle Feather (Dine’/EBCI), education program coordinator at the Museum of the Cherokee Indian, Gil Jackson (EBCI), fluent speaker and director of Snowbird Cherokee Language Program, and Jared Wheatley (Cherokee Nation), entrepreneur and founder of the Indigenous Walls Project.


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October 12, 2022
11:00 am - 12:15 pm


Humanities Program


Lipinsky Hall Auditorium