Reconciliation Circle with Cânté Sütá-Francis Bettelyoun

May 8 at 2:304 p.m.

TimeMay 8 at 2:304 p.m.
Description

The Gustavus community is invited to join Cânté Sütá-Francis Bettelyoun in a series of open circle conversations devoted to building relationships and reconciliation between Minnesota's Native and immigrant peoples. This is an open forum for students, staff, and faculty to listen, ask questions, learn, and speak what is on our hearts and minds. Cânté Sütá-Francis Bettelyoun, Oglala Lakȟóta-Očhéthi Šakówiŋ, is Coordinator of the Native American Medicine Gardens, University of Minnesota, and co-creator of the Buffalo Star People Indigenous Healing Circles. The reconciliation circles will be a continuing conversation held via videoconference from 2:30-4:00PM on April 10 and 17 (April 24 is cancelled); and May 1, 8, and 14. Join by videoconference or phone:

Join Hangouts Meet meet.google.com/iqe-zody-uhi

Join by phone ‪+1 240-712-4437‬ PIN: ‪158 950 166‬#

Conversations will be recorded so that those who cannot attend may listen at a later time. Questions may be directed to Anna Versluis (averslui@gustavus.edu).

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PostedMay 12, 2020