An Indigenous Knowledge course for anyone and everyone.
Culitvating personal, societal and ecological healing
100% of the proceeds from our next class will go towards a fund that protects natural springs and other water resources at the base of Sisnaajini (Mount Blanca, Colorado).
$40-$70 sliding scale optional donation, no one turned away for lack of funds.
This Medicine Theory course explores three main foci:
NEXT MEDICINE THEORY COURSE
December 14th 2019, 1-3pm (PST)!
(2-4 pm Mountain, 3-5 pm Central, 4-6 pm Eastern)
All registrants receive class materials and the class recording in case they cannot meet at this time.
Tell me and I’ll forget. Show me, and I may not remember.
Involve me, and I’ll understand.
This course discusses the application of Indigenous technology - language, food,
prayer, culture - to address today's most pressing problems.
Note: While we certainly cannot speak on behalf of Indigenous peoples as a whole,
we can share our understandings as native language learners raised in the ceremonial
contexts and lifeways of our people.
We embark on this course with a sincere intention to help humanity find its way while at the same time raising funds and awareness for important Indigenous projects.
Lyla June is a poet, musician, anthropologist, educator, public speaker and community organizer of Diné, Cheyenne and European lineages. Her dynamic, multi-genre presentation style has invigorated and inspired audiences across the globe towards personal, collective and ecological healing. She blends studies in Human Ecology at Stanford, graduate work in Indigenous Pedagogy, and the traditional worldview she grew up with to inform her perspectives and solutions. She is currently pursuing a doctoral degree in Indigeonus Studies. Her research focus lies at the intersection of Indigenous land management and Indigenous food systems.