Wednesday, November 13, 2019

MASS Lunch & Learn with The Native American Awareness Council

Elkin Hall Great Room

Sustaining Balance in the Fast-Changing World of Nádleehí-Carrie House, a Two-Spirit Navajo (Diné) and Oneida filmmaker has a diverse background from firefighting to teaching and implementing riparian restoration projects on her ancestral homeland on the Navajo Nation.  House is a writer and contributor in several publications, including Two-Spirit People: Native American Gender Identity, Sexuality, and Spirituality. House studied at the University of Montana, the University of New Mexico and the Santa Fe University of Art and Design. House is a presenter of social justice issues, LGBTQ2, and cultural and environmental issues. House is a co-founder of the Gallup Film Foundation and has screened films at Boston LGBT Film Festival, Queer Woman of Color Film Festival, American Indian Film Festival, and the Native American Indigenous Studies Association Symposium.

 Attendance Vouchers and Lunch Provided

Executive Leaders Series: Week 5 - Citizenship and Diversity

Elkin Hall Great Room

Upon completion of this workshop, the participants shall improve their leadership skills by being able to:

  • Articulate the advantages and impact of a diverse society
  • Identify systematic barriers to equality and inclusiveness, then advocate and justify means for dismantling them
  • Understand one’s own identity and culture  

Presenter: Diversity Peer Educators

Adulting 101 Queer Conversations: Behind the Uniform, Military & Veterans

Folger Hall Private Dining Room