7 Generations Inter-Tribal Leadership Summit Goes Virtual in Month-Long Lecture Series
Updated: Oct 2, 2020
Hayward, WI. (September 25, 2020) – Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe College, in partnership with College of Menomonee Nation and University of Wisconsin System is hosting the second annual Seven Generation Inter-tribal Leadership Summit with a virtual twist this year. The 2020 summit will be held as a month-long lecture series throughout the month of October.
Highlights of the event include:
· a Virtual Teaching and Learning session focused on parents helping their students learn at home,
· a Beyond Act 31, Ojibwe Q&A session that is an opportunity to dive deeper into Ojibwe culture,
· a session on Menomonee Cultural Preservation that examines the Menomonee Theater Revival Pageant as a tool document Menomonee culture for future generations,
· an examination of the Opioid prevention work currently being done in Northern Wisconsin,
· and a Reflection on the Blue Ribbon Commission for Rural Prosperity’s recent community conversations.
The Seven Generations Inter-tribal lecture series is a forum for Tribal Leadership, Educators, Students, Elders and Community Members to learn from educators and industry professionals in the four key areas of Education, Economic and Workforce Development, Environment and Health and Safety.
All sessions are free to the public and will be held via the Zoom platform, registration is required for this event.
Learn more and register at www.lco.edu/sevengensummit