Indigenous Perspective; Sharing History and Culture - PARTNERED WITH CENTER FOR TEACHING AND LEARNING
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PARTNERED WITH Indigenous Perspective; CENTER FOR TEACHING AND LEARNING Sharing History and Culture FEBRUARY 10, 2022
Funding Acknowledgement The session was supported by the Faculty Project Grant 2021-2022 (e-Learning to Advance Racial and Ethnic Diversity Friendly University Initiative)
Moderator Suk-hee Kim, Ph.D., COI, MSW, is an Associate Professor & Academic Affairs Diversity Faculty Fellow (selected) in the College of Health and Human Services’ School of Social Work at Northern Kentucky University. Dr. Kim is a Principal Investigator for the e-Learning to Advance Racial and Ethnic Diversity Friendly University Initiative.
Speaker Dr. Anne Sahingoz, Assistant Professor, joined NKU in 2021. She earned her Doctorate in Nursing Practice from Walden University in 2016. She also holds a Master’s in Nursing Science and Education from Chamberlian University in 2013. Dr Sahingoz currently teaches in the Graduate Program in the School of Nursing. She newly serves on the DEI University committee at NKU She has been a nurse for 19 years and a nurse educator for 17 years. She is interested in enhancing cultural diversity in Nursing and serves as the Native American Mentor for students who are interested in the Health and Human Sciences career path through the Kentucky Native American Employment and training program. Dr. Sahingoz works to eliminate water inequity and engages in opportunities of justice to restore the availability of clean drinking water to households in need, because water is a fundamental right and health necessity to peoples of all nations.
A Diverse People • 600 Federally recognized tribes • Many more non- recognized tribes (Grand entry 2018)
Governance Iroquois Confederacy Wampum Belt Autonomy GREAT LAW OF PEACE • The first draft of the Constitution • “We the People”, ancient indigenous phrase • Great Law formed the bases of the Constitution • 1998 Congress passes resolution
What’s in a name? Merciless “NDE”, meaning the People Hostile Savage
The Western Expansion
Kill the Indian- Save the Man 1887 Dawes Act • Dissolution of Native American Tribes a legal entities • Land was distributed • Assimilation to individual members • Indoctrination • Parental alienation
The Indian Relocation Act 1956
Sacred Circle Circle of Life Medicine Wheel
Land – Mother Earth “We, the great mass of the people think only of the love we have for our land, we do love the land where we were brought up. We will never let our hold to this land go, to let it go it will be like throwing away (our) mother that gave (us) birth.”. – Letter from Aitooweyah to John Ross, Principal Chief of the Cherokee.
Why Do We Dance? 1. Social Only 1883 Adults –American Indigenous And 1978 Children 2. - and Sacred practices Ceremony Elders religious Indian Young Religious Adults now forbidden. Freedom included inAct Ceremony.
Significance of Hair
Service 1. Activism to protect sacred places, and the environment. 2. Elderly, and most vulnerable members. 3. Raise awareness and support. 4. Protecting the land of our ancestors
American History is Indigenous “History cannot give us a program for the History future, but it can give us a fuller understanding of ourselves, and our We Are Ya’at’eeh, We a are Proud Questions? resilientPeople common humanity, so that we can better face the future.” – Robert Penn Warren
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