3rd Annual Native American Cultural Awareness Conference schedule
Posted by Jayme Blaschke University News Service March 20, 2009
Wednesday, March 25, 2009
LBJSC Texas State University-San Marcos
9:15 Opening Prayer: TBA
9:30 Dr. Shannon Speed "Indians are Indians, Here or There": Native Peoples of the U.S. and Latin America
10:15 Suzette Locke "The Only Good Indian"
10:15 Greg Yawakia "Our Four Spiritual Directions"
11:15 Phil Stucker "Finding your Genealogical Heritage"
11:15 Grandmother Emma "Broken Pots"
11:45-1:15 POTLUCK in BALLROOM
1:15-1:30 Dedication of Endowed Scholarship
FWIS Patricia Maxwell Duncan Memorial Native American Scholarship
1:30 William Harjo "On Native Languages"
1:30 Deerheart Hummingbird "Perspectives on Women's Self Esteem: A Native Woman's Point of View"
2:15 Orvie Longhorn "Reel and Real Indians"
2:15 Judy Cyr "Womens' Dance : In Relation to Healing"
3:15 Chief Shellbone "Through the Buffalo : The Chiefs helped the People "
3:15 Kassa Willingham "Comanche Woman living in a White Man's World"
4:15 Ricardo Areazola and Cristina Salazar "Atomic Theory and Aztec Dance"
5:15-6:15 PANEL DISCUSSION IN BALLROOM
Moderator: Ray Duncan
OTHER ACTIVITIES GOING ON ALL DAY IN THE BALLROOM
Aaron Pyle - Music by Hakloka
Charles Holland - Drum Making display
Charles Smith - Native Jewelry, Shawls, and Powwow paraphernalia
Doug Large Little Hawk - Native flutes for sale
Julia Nava - Indigenous Art
Deerheart Hummingbird and Judy Cyr-Jewelry and Native paraphernalia
Greg Yawakia- Native Wares
Shalee : "Women's and Children's Regalia for Dance Competition." Styles of Dance and Everyday Etiquette
Juanita Lopez, RN, BSN, CDE (Certified Diabetes Educator): Educational literature on diabetes, one on one diabetes education
For additional information, contact Organization President Shelby Stewart at firstname.lastname@example.org, or Roxana Tuff, faculty advisor to the Native American Student Association, at (830) 660-9496 or via email at email@example.com.
University News Service, 480 J.C.Kellam
Phone: 512.245.2180. Fax: 512.245.2336