In Sand Talk, he provides a new model for our everyday lives. Rich in ideas and inspiration, it explains how lines and symbols and shapes can help us make sense of the world. It’s about how we learn and how we remember. It’s about talking to everyone and listening carefully. It’s about finding different ways to look at things.
Most of all it’s about a very special way of thinking, of learning to see from a native perspective, one that is spiritually and physically tied to the earth around us, and how it can save our world.
Virtual: November 28, 12:00 PM - ZOOM
In-Person: November 30, 4:00 PM - 207 Bradley Hall
Suggested Reading Schedule:
- By October 23 read through "Albino Boy".
- By October 30 read through "Forever Limited".
- By November 6 read through "Of Spirits and Spirits".
- By November 13 read through "Displaced Apostrophes".
- By November 20 read through "Duck Hunting Is Everybody's Business".
- By November 27 read through the end of the book.
Those interested in social determinants of health that impact people worldwide.
“I’m not reporting on Indigenous Knowledge systems for a global audience’s perspective. I’m examining global systems from an Indigenous Knowledge perspective.”
― Tyson Yunkaporta
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