, 2023-01-11 11:00:00,
JACKSON, Wyoming — This spring, Central Wyoming College and the Wyoming Humanities Council will host a “Tribal Talks: Breaking Boundaries” lecture series, and the annual “Teton Powwow: A Celebration of American Indian Culture” will once again return to Jackson.
Tribal Talks: Breaking Boundaries
This lecture series will take place on Thursdays, March 2, March 23, and May 4 at 6 pm in the Teton County Library Auditorium.
These talks are designed to foster dialogue and engagement between the Teton County community and tribal communities with insight into the historical and contemporary issues facing tribal peoples. All three presentations are free to the public and begin at 6 pm Presentations last approximately 30 minutes and are followed by questions and dialogue with the audience.
Thursday, March 2, 6 p.m.
“Bringing Indian Wisdom Into the Future,” presented by Ivan Posey, Tribal Education Coordinator for Central Wyoming College, and CWC Tribal Wisdom Society.
Thursday, March 23, 6 p.m.
“Reintroducing the Bison: Traditional and Contemporary Values” by Jason Baldes and Shane Doyle
Thursday, May 4, 6 p.m.
Jacki Klancher, Professor of Environmental Sciences and Health at Central Wyoming College and Director of Instruction and Research at the alpine science in syouituto and CWC students Aidan Hereford and Antoine Day present “New Voices: From Everest Base Camp to the Continental Divide”.
In May 2022, Klancher…
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