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Our Lives-More than a Tourist Destination or an Annual Event: Connecting Educators and Students with Neighbors and Friends.
Virginia Humanities and the Virginia Department of Education History and Social Science Program are thrilled to partner together again to offer a rare opportunity designed for primarily K-12 educators, a chance for personal growth and enhanced content knowledge by connecting with three of our state’s greatest treasures, Virginia Tribal Chiefs.

This will be the second of a three-part virtual Professional Development series featuring Virginia Tribal Chiefs (Stephen R. Adkins, Chief of the Chickahominy Indian Tribe; Kenneth Branham, Chief of the Monacan Indian Nation; G. Anne Richardson, Chief of the Rappahannock Indian Tribe) as they discuss history, education, and our future through the experiences of their ancestors and hopes of future generations.

Session Description: The challenges and opportunities facing Virginia’s Native communities in the present; moving forward as sovereign nations; overcoming stereotypes of Native people; preserving (and sharing) tribal heritage and traditions; representation and misrepresentation in “mainstream” histories, textbooks, and classrooms.

Apr 28, 2021 03:30 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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