Join us for our seminar "Children as Peacebuilders: Equipping Resilient Leaders-Native American Rights" at 12:00pm EST on Saturday, November 20th. The seminar will invite parents and educators from all around the US to talk about Native American Rights in the US and equip them with the tools needed to raise awareness of this issue amongst children.
Georgia Esperanza Adams
Georgia is of Myaamia (Miami) descent and married into the Mingo (Onkweonwe) community. She has worked on language revitalization efforts through Bowling Green State University to revive the Mingo language. Georgia has run children's camps and language revitalization camps in northwest Ohio for the Mingo community over the years in an effort to bring back a nearly extinct language and many cultural traditions. She is an activist for Native American sovereignty rights, and for the preservation and restoration of native habitats.
The series plans to address other related topics such as social justice, military recruiting, and more! The series invites parents and caregivers to talk about ways in which topics such as racial justice, LGBTQ+ justice, migrant justice, and many other important topics can be addressed! OEP will host speakers and psychologists that specialize in children development to discuss the safest and most efficient methods of how we can raise healthy children that are compassionate, caring, and inclusive of others.
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