Decolonization and Rematriation: Cultivating Roots for Connection and Healing

This Women’s History Month, long-time organizer and community leader Lakota Harden (Minnecoujou/Yankton Lakota and HoChunk) draws on her life experiences, ancestral memory, and four decades in Native American struggles to look at how we can liberate ourselves, our society, and cultivate roots for connection.

Lakota uses the framework of decolonization to counter its manifestations in gender, race, knowledge, and educational systems as well as rematriation, the act of returning or aligning with a collective worldview under the stewardship and leadership of women. She discusses how we can right historic wrongs rooted in white supremacy, settler colonialism, and patriarchy by lifting up cultural practices that restore balance to our lives and all our relations - human and non-human relatives alike.

This powerful virtual event will help us reclaim our original way of being and feel revived, encouraged, and empowered to continue our walk on this earth with self-respect, love, and deeper connections on a path to healing ourselves and our world. Lakota Harden is the best medicine one could hope to receive!

TICKETS ARE SLIDING SCALE $5 - $25 to benefit SpeakOut's ongoing educational work.
All who register will receive a link to watch live or later at their own convenience.

English captioning will be provided.