All times listed are in Pacific Daylight Time (PDT)
Registration is now open for the virtual Decolonization 101 Workshop, which takes place from 8:00 am – 12:30 pm on October 11.
Developed for the museum and cultural institution audience, Live Oak Consulting’s Decolonization 101 Training will offer vital information to create a basis for cross-cultural understanding. Topics include a historical overview of museums and Native people; local Native culture and history (and why it matters); colonial history: law and policy; sovereignty and tribal partnerships; unpacking decolonization; navigating the land acknowledgement; museums and Native people today; and acknowledging settler privilege. Offered virtually in lecture style, with small and large group work and reflection, this thoughtful gathering is facilitated by Live Oak Principal Deana Dartt PhD (Chumash and Mestiza), and co-facilitated by Heron Brae.
This workshop will be held virtually using Zoom; you will be able to access the join link through the Annual Meeting Hub (https://afsannualmeeting.org/) 30 minutes before the workshop starts.
02-11 Replanting Roots: Sustaining and Reviving Indigenous Knowledges and Practices
Thursday, November 2 (in person only, in Portland)
10:30 am–12:30 pm
Learning Tradition, Learning Traditionally: Indigenous Teachers and Allies Examine Pathways to Systemic Educational Transformation
Saturday, November 4
8:30 am–11:30 am
Sponsored by: First Peoples Fund, Folklore and Education Section, Local Learning
08-10 Global Arts, Language Arts, and Cultural Traditions in Indigenous Communities (GALACTIC)
Saturday, November 4 (in person only, in Portland)
10:30 am–12:30 pm
09-01 Voices of Oregon Tribes
Saturday, November 4 (in Portland)
2:30 pm–4:30 pm