I hope you’ll join me for a Faith Talks on National Native American Heritage Month. In this episode, we’ll explore the heritage, culture, and experience of Indigenous peoples historically and today. My guests include Sarah Augustine who is founder and co-chair of the Coalition to Dismantle the Doctrine of Discovery and executive director of the Dispute Resolution Center of Yakima and Kittitas Counties. Augustine, who is Pueblo (Tewa), is the author of “The Land is Not Empty.” I’ll also speak with Jalisa Pearson, who is Muscogee Creek, Cherokee, and Otoe-Missouri; and Robin Zape-tah-hol-ah Minthorn, Ph.D, (Kiowa/Umatilla/Nez Perce/Apache/Assiniboine), Associate Professor, Director of the Educational Leadership Doctoral Program, and Director of Indigenous Education Initiatives for the School of Education at the University of Washington in Tacoma.
I look forward to learning with you and our esteemed panel of guests.
Jennifer R. Farmer, Host