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Old Pueblo Archaeology Center

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August 2021

What is Decolonization and Why Does it Matter? with Rowdy Duncan

August 10 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
AZ United States
FREE

The idea of “decolonization” is a very hot topic these days. To understand what decolonization means today, we must first understand historically what colonialism is, and how it has shaped our thinking and actions in the U.S. Who was, and who was not colonized? Colonialist thinking can permeate education, media, government policies, and our lived experiences every day. Colonialist thinking can empower some of us, while disenfranchising, exploiting or marginalizing others. In what ways do we consciously or unconsciously engage…

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September 2021

A Balance to Keep: Matriarch, Veteran, and Belonging to Traditional Tohono O’odham Lands South of the U.S. Border

September 14 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
AZ United States + Google Map
Free

A discussion with Ana Antone (Tohono O’odham), Community Representative, Ce:dagi Wahia (Pozo Verde) Village, Sonora, Mexico The Indigenous Interests Online Presentation Series is designed to provide an avenue for communication between Native Americans and non-Indians that can result in more understanding of each other’s cultures, traditions, histories, viewpoints, philosophies, and ways of life. The presenters, all members of Native Nations, will share their thoughts about the human experience; what it means to be human and Native American; how peoples of…

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November 2021

Indigenous Views on Ancestors, Archaeology, and Interaction with Archaeologists

November 9 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
AZ United States + Google Map
Free

A discussion with Jefford Francisco (Tohono O’odham), Cultural Resource Specialist, Tohono O’odham Nation Cultural Affairs Department The Indigenous Interests Online Presentation Series is designed to provide an avenue for communication between Native Americans and non-Indians that can result in more understanding of each other’s cultures, traditions, histories, viewpoints, philosophies, and ways of life. The presenters, all members of Native Nations, will share their thoughts about the human experience; what it means to be human and Native American; how peoples of…

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January 2022

The Border Wall and the Tohono O’odham Nation’s Traditions and Spiritual Freedom

January 11, 2022 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
AZ United States + Google Map
Free

A discussion with The Border Wall and the Tohono O’odham Nation’s Traditions and Spiritual Freedom The Indigenous Interests Online Presentation Series is designed to provide an avenue for communication between Native Americans and non-Indians that can result in more understanding of each other’s cultures, traditions, histories, viewpoints, philosophies, and ways of life. The presenters, all members of Native Nations, will share their thoughts about the human experience; what it means to be human and Native American; how peoples of different…

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March 2022

The Tribal archaeologist’s Duties with a Focus on Ancestral Territories and Traditional Cultural Places

March 8, 2022 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
AZ United States + Google Map
Free

A discussion with – Martina Dawley (Hualapai/Diné), Senior Archaeologist, Hualapai Department of Cultural Resources The Indigenous Interests Online Presentation Series is designed to provide an avenue for communication between Native Americans and non-Indians that can result in more understanding of each other’s cultures, traditions, histories, viewpoints, philosophies, and ways of life. The presenters, all members of Native Nations, will share their thoughts about the human experience; what it means to be human and Native American; how peoples of different cultures…

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