Thursday, November 19, 2020 from 4:00 PM to 5:30 PM MST
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Missy Shackelford, Office Administrator 
Arizona Humanities/Maricopa County Library District - Southeast Regional Branch 

All My Relations: Indigenous Thinking in Seven Generations with Rowdy Duncan 

FRANK Talks - Community Conversations

Please join us for a Virtual Community Conversation hosted by Maricopa County Library District-Southeast Regional Branch and sponsored by Arizona Humanities and Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records.

Who do you consider to be people that you are related to? Who is and is not part of your community? Is there a way to widen our perspective of who is part of our community and invested in our success. This workshop will introduce the idea of thinking in seven generations and examine the concept used in indigenous circles “All my relations”. What if we could learn to see in a more timeless frame? How we view the world, and the contributions of others, can be shaped by who we are “connected” to, and who we are “disconnected” from. The choices we make about how we choose to live, and what matters to us, have much to do with the world we live in, and the people who surround us, at home, at work, and at play. Who is your “tribe?” Can you trace your family roots back to the beginning? Do we have any obligation to those who came before us, or who come after us? What is our responsibility for making a better world? Participants will explore these questions in a unique, interactive program that will improve their communication skills, facilitate learning, and help them navigate cultural differences at work and at home.

Please be advised that FRANK Talks are private and may not be recorded or broadcast in any form. You understand these conditions for participation, and agree to hold harmless Arizona Humanities and the Arizona State Library.