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Virtual Connections

Virtual Connections

 

Book Club to Study Race

Monday, September 14 | 5:00 pm
This week, we work through Days 19-20 of the book, Me and White Supremacy by Layla F. Saad.
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Meeting ID: 828 9478 2344
 

Wednesday Member Highlights

Wednesday, September 16 | 10:00 am
Tune in this week as NLC member and violinist, Pamela Reinhard, shares her gift of music!
 
 

Porch-Sitting Conversations with Julia Dinsmore

Wednesday, September 16 | 4:00 pm
This Wednesday, Santee Sioux Dakota member Ramona and Reuben Kitto Stately return to the porch! This week they generously share their family history and people's story, as witnessed in first and secondhand accounts. Come ready to listen well, and engage with good questions!

Ramona Kitto Stately
 has a BA in Dakota Art and Culture, and a MaEd with an emphasis on Teacher Leadership from Augsburg University. She spent from 2005-2020 Directing Indian Education for ISD279 Osseo School District and currently is the Project Director for the We Are Still Here Minnesota project, creating action for narrative change. Ramona is the mother of two children, an accomplished beadwork artist and a part of the scholars' team since 2014 with the Minnesota Humanities Center’s "Learning From Place".
 
Ramona's son, Reuben Kitto Stately (AKA KITTO) is a hip hop artist hailing from St Paul, MN. He is a 20 year-old Dakȟóta and Anishinaabe lyricist and composer. He’s a Junior at Augsburg University who speaks to struggle and hardship through his music. He is empowered by pushing the envelope with his unique sound and helping his people take control of their narrative.
 
 
See you on the Porch!
 
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Book Club to Study Race

Thursday, September 17 | 3:30 pm
This week, we work through Days 24-26 of the book, Me and White Supremacy by Layla F. Saad.
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Meeting ID: 881 2161 9134

    

Center for Healing & Wholeness Virtual Caregiver Offerings

The Center for Healing & Wholeness is continuing all of their regular services virtually so caregivers can stay connected and continue to be supported during the current situation. Regularly scheduled caregiver support groups plus new drop-in groups, individual and family care consultations, caregiver workshops and education sessions will all be conducted using Zoom. Questions? Contact Jennifer Monroe, jmonroe@normandalecenter.org.

Virtual Caregiver Support Group

Wednesday, September 16 | 6:00 pm
 

Virtual Mini Drop-in Caregiver Support Group

Thursday, September 17 | 6:00 pm