This immersive, experiential learning opportunity will allow participants to gain a deeper understanding of struggles for justice and systems of oppression in the Twin Cities and how they impact lived experiences today. Jim Bear Jacobs, the Founder of Healing Minnesota Stories and Director of Racial Justice for Minnesota Council of Churches, will use stories to create healing and understanding between Native American and non-native people. Through this session, participants will learn the stories of genesis and genocide that took place in the sacred valley of Bdote and understand how oppression impacts lived experiences today.
Registration is limited with 50 spots available. Registration is first come, first serve. Please register by March 31st to confirm your spot for this important learning experience.