NOV 23, 2020 4-5:30 pm
Saul O Sidore Memorial Lecture Series 2020-2021 (@UNH), Indigenous New Hampshire Collaborative Collective helped to facilitate this event.
Opening Event. All are Welcome!
This panel will celebrate the Native Peoples living among us today, describing N’Dakinna (Our Homelands) and considering the meaning of cultural and environmental sustainability from an Indigenous perspective. We will ask what Native Peoples of New Hampshire need from the citizens and institutions of New Hampshire in order to continue to practice, reclaim, and share the Indigenous knowledge and practices of both ancestors and contemporaries.
“Come and help Grandmother Woodchuck teach Gluskabe how to protect N’dakinna!”
Kathleen Blake, Koasek Traditional Band of the Sovereign Abenaki Nation
James Edgell, Mohawk, Mi’Kmaq, and Wabanaki (Chick family of Newmarket)
Anne Jennison, Abenaki Storyteller
Denise Pouliot, Sag8moskwa of the Cowasuck Band of the Pennacook Abenaki People
Paul Pouliot, Sag8mo of the Cowasuck Band of the Pennacook Abenaki People
Daniel Howard, Ph.D. (Moderator), citizen of Shawnee Tribe/Cherokee Nation, Assistant Professor of Ecology, Evolution and Behavior at UNH
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The Saul O Sidore Memorial Lecture Series was established in 1965 in memory of Saul O Sidore of Manchester, New Hampshire. The purpose of the series is to offer the University community and the state of New Hampshire programs that raise critical and sometimes controversial issues facing our society. The University of New Hampshire Center for the Humanities sponsors the programs.