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Fall 2019 Events

10/14 - Traditional Teachings of the Good Mind

TRADITIONAL TEACHINGS OF THE GOOD MIND A workshop for students, staff, faculty and community members Monday, October 14, 2019 210 Student Union 11am-1pm Light lunch will be served. During this session we will explore universal principles of a Good Mind and the relationships of our minds to thoughts, behaviors and wellbeing. An overview of traditional teachings about a Good Mind will be provided, and an understanding that the opposite of a Good Mind is not a bad or evil mind, but rather a clouded mind. Attendees can learn how to increase awareness of what clouds our minds and how we may rise above or remove the clouds. Finally, we’ll discuss how to maintain our Good Minds and how we can harness our collective power, known as Orenda, when Good Minds come together. MICHAEL MARTIN Native American Community Services Michael Martin is an Onondaga of the Beaver Clan from the Six Nations of the Grand River territory in Southern Ontario, born and raised in Buffalo. Mr. Martin is a graduate of Babson College (MS) and SUNY Buffalo State College (BS). In February 2004 he was named Executive Director of Native American Community Services of Erie and Niagara Counties. In 2016, he was named by his Clan Mother as a Faithkeeper for his Onondaga, Beaver Clan. This space is wheelchair accessible and lunch will include vegan, nut-free, and gluten-free options For other access needs and any questions, please call Health Promotion, 716-645-2837 Sponsored by Office of Inclusive Excellence and Student Wellness Part of UB's Year of Yoga for Every Body.

Spring 2019 Events

Calendar of Spring events: - Thursday 2/7 1:00-4:00pm, Cultural Competency Training: Pete Hill, Native American Community Services (NACS), 10 Capen, Email vpix@buffalo.edu to register - Friday 2/22 10:00-11:30am, Native American Student Success in Higher Ed: Presentation by Shelly Lowe & Stephanie Waterman, 10 Capen - Wednesday 2/27 4:00-6:000pm, Decolonizing Feminism: Indigenous Lands, Indigenous Bodies Workshop and talk with artist-scholar Jodi Lynn Maracle, 107 Capen - Monday 3/4 12:15-1:30pm, Global to Local Luncheon: Native American Community Services: All Our Relations Project, 684 Baldy Hall -Saturday 3/23 11:30am-6:30pm, American Indian Science & Engineering Society (AISES): Regional Conference, Davis Hall -Monday 3/25 5:00-6:30pm, Think Indigenous: Richard Oakes and the Red Power Movement: A Public Talk by Kent Blansett, Location TBD -Friday 4/26-Saturday 4/27- Poetics of Unsettlement: Settler Colonialism, Environmental Crisis, & Indigenous Studies (Colloquium): Multiple Locations See Flyer for more information.

Fall 2018 Events

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