Braiding Sweetgrass Discussion Guide:
Live Discussion with Dr. Robin Wall Kimmerer:
The King County Library System hosted a talk with Dr. Robin Wall Kimmerer, author of Braiding Sweetgrass, and University of Washington Professor Dr. Charlotte Coté. View the November 2021 recording HERE.
Land Acknowledgment & UW Tribal Relations:
- Moving Beyond Land Acknowledgments & Token Representations, a talk by Dr. Adrienne Keene
- University of Washington land acknowledgement and information on tribal relations
Activities & Community Events:
- May 13 & 14 2022 | UW Living Breath Food Symposium Tenth Anniversary Celebration
- 2021-22 Academic Year Harvard Indigenous Health and Well-being Colloquium Series with Melissa Wells
- Indigenous Walking Tour of UW Campus
- Dr. Kimmerer’s King County Libraries talk
Advocacy, Policy & Research Organizations
- National Council of Urban Indian Health: ncuih.org
- Urban Indian Health Institute https://www.uihi.org/
- National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center: https://www.niwrc.org/
- Indigenous Wellness Research Institute: http://iwri.org/
Misc. Media Resources
- Short Film from Urban Indian Health Institute: “Indigenizing Safe Sex with Glitz, Glam, and Honest Aunties.”
- Native News Online: How Orange Shirts Became an Indigenous Movement
- All My Relations Podcast
- Indigenous Solidarity Network: Rethinking “Thanksgiving” Toolkit
UW Seattle Winter Qtr. Elective Course: Issues in Indian Health
The course, UCONJ 530: Issues in Indian Health, is a 2-credit course offered through the UW Office of Healthcare Equity. The course is designed to heighten understanding of historical and contemporary issues in American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) healthcare, while developing any health sciences/health professional student interested in AI/AN. Traditional Indian Medicine, tribal history, and major legislation is introduced; community service component required. Course will be offered Thursday evenings from 5:30-6:50pm.
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