Restoring Ancestral Winds on safety in our Native community. Rowland Hall science teacher and students return with the true picture of hear in SLC. And a USU professor is back to share his Great Salt Lake run map and message.
Tonight's show features the following people, organizations and/or events. Check them out and get plugged into your community!
USU Professor Patrick Belmont, who recently ran 34 miles to spell out a message around Great Salt Lake. Head of the Watershed Sciences Department at Utah State University, Belmont's research focuses on the ways landscapes and rivers change over time and due to human influences and climate change.
Rowland-Hall Upper School biology teacher and climate studies coordinator returns with students who worked on the heat map study this summer. Teacher Robert Wilson and students CJ Wujkowska and Fanni Ventilla share their findings.
Yolanda Francisco-Nez and Hope Browning of Restoring Ancestral Winds. The Utah-based nonprofit supports healing in Indigenous communities through advocacy for healthy relationships; education on issues surrounding stalking, and domestic, sexual, dating and family violence; collaboration with Great Basin community members and stakeholders; and honoring and strengthening traditional Indigenous values.
Nov. 2: Safety in Our Community, the Restoring Ancestral Winds Annual Conference, 8a-5p online and in-person, University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law, SLC. "This in-person event is a unique opportunity to gather with like-minded individuals who share a passion for advocacy, prevention, and healing. Immerse yourself in a range of discussions and presentations about topics relating to MMIR, healing, domestic/sexual violence, stalking, and human trafficking by experts in their fields. Don't miss this chance to deepen your understanding of issues affecting our community and learn about resources available to help." In-person is full. To register for the free online event, click here.
Nov. 7:, 12:00 p.m. at J. Willard Marriott Library, 227 S. 1500 E., SLC. "In collaboration with the American Indian Resource Center (AIRC) at the University of Utah, the Book Arts Program (BAP) at the J. Willard Marriott Library developed a zine titled Influential Indigenous Leaders. The AIRC drew inspiration from Adrienne Keene’s book Notable Native People: 50 Indigenous Leaders, Dreamers, and Changemakers from Past and Present. They reached out to the BAP to design a zine that supports K-12 and community outreach and celebrates indigenous histories. The staff and faculty from both programs designed a simple single sheet with photos and descriptions that highlight 13 Native leaders. Panelists for this program include: Jazmin Gallegos, K-12 & Community Outreach Coordinator, Book Arts Program; Hailee Roberts, Program Coordinator, American Indian Resource Center; and Tashina Barber, Program Manager, American Indian Resource Center."
StrongHearts Native Helpline: 1-844-7NATIVE (762-8483) is a 24/7 safe, confidential, and anonymous domestic, and dating and sexual violence helpline for Native Americans and Alaska Natives, offering culturally appropriate support and advocacy.
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