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Kanyon Konsulting: Cultural Resilience reflecting 2019

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A quick presentation about the IMPORTANCE OF CULTURE SHARING, recent work of Kanyon CoyoteWoman Sayers-Roods, CEO of Kanyon Konsulting LLC

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Kanyon Konsulting: Cultural Resilience reflecting 2019

  1. 1. The Importance of Culture Sharing Cultural Resilience and Responsiveness By Kanyon CoyoteWoman
  2. 2. miSmin Tuuhis, kan-rakat Kanyon CoyoteWoman Sayers-Roods California Native, Mutsun-Ohlone Mukurma of Indian Canyon Nation
  3. 3. Ann-Marie Sayers Chairwoman of Indian Canyon Nation www.indiancanyonlife.org
  4. 4. Ohlone | Costanoan both misnomers The only federally recognized “Indian Country” is Indian Canyon. There aren’t any Federally Recognized Tribes in the SF/Monterey Bay Area Over 8 Languages are in Ohlone Territory
  5. 5. In The Land of My Ancestors By Rucha Chitnis https://kanyonkonsulting.com/in-the-land-of-my-ancestors/
  6. 6. Challenge the Dominant Colonial Narrative
  7. 7. Landless in the Bay Living On Ohlone Land https://medium.com/surjbayarea/living-on- ohlone-land-what-we-learned-from-indigenous- women-leaders-efe3c47b7565 https://openspace.sfmoma.org/2019/11/landl ess-in-the-bay-area/ https://soundcloud.com/kanyoncoyote/land- acknowledgements
  8. 8. Digital Native Tech and TEK Ingenuity | Injunuity
  9. 9. Minizines – Free to Disperse
  10. 10. Kanyon Konsulting LLC Bridging the gap between Indigenous & Contemporary Value Systems
  11. 11. Land Acknowledgments
  12. 12. & Much More Tumsan-ak kannis www.kanyonkonsulting.com www.indiancanyonlife.org kanyon@kanyonkonsulting.com 831-207-9331

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