GET A TASTE OF THE ILI EXPERIENCE! #FamILIDinners are online community workshops open to friends & family of ILI to jump into an intercultural workshop.
The second of 4 events will be Thursday November 10, 2022 for 6-9pm ET centering the core question “Where We Are: Indigenous Relationality.”
In this talk, Clementine Bordeaux will define Indigenous Relationality in conversation with “where we are” by situating and challenging our perceptions of land and place. Clementine will provide a short lecture about Indigenous interconnectedness from a Lakota perspective and then lead the group through some activities that can bolster our self-reflexivity and highlight how creative practice can aid in a better understanding of place-based knowledge formation.
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