Indigenous Peoples Interactive Seminar

Exploring the history, culture, and contemporary experience of indigenous peoples on territories east of the Mississippi River.

WHO:Facilitated Chenae Bullock (Shinnecock & Montauk tribal member, Historian, Activist, Traditionalist) Presentations by Malachi McDonald (Mississippi Choctaw, Artist and Researcher)

WHERE: Flat Rock Archives 3956 Crossvale Rd, Lithonia, GA 30038 

WHEN:June 15th, 2019 11am-3:30pm

HOW:

11am: Introduction/Welcome (Traditional Indigenous song and language) 

11:15-12:15pm: Session 1: History from the Archaic Period to Colonial period 

12:20-1:05pm Lunch

1:15-2:15: Session 2: Culture Sharing the customs and traditional lifeways of the eastern indigenous peoples. Possible food demonstration/dance/song/clothing/tools…etc

2:20-3:00 Session 3: Contemporary Culture. Share ways our customs and traditional lifeways are still in our daily lives.Issues of access, preservation, and methodology related to the use of digitized cultural heritage material.

3:05-3:20 Open Discussion

3:20-3:30pm Closing Remarks