Healing Ceremony

As we approach Native American Heritage Month in November, we acknowledge the first people of these lands and celebrate the Dakota, Ojibwe, and other Native peoples who continue to make their home in this region—contemporary leaders in rebuilding Native Nations and reclaiming Indigenous lifeways. Our third annual fall campus gathering to support our Native American community and campus for healing, resiliency, and strength will be held on Saturday, October 30.
This fall we are honored to have Jerry Dearly, Lakota, Pine Ridge, as our cultural leader and guide for the ceremony, and grateful also to have Dawn Chase, Upper Sioux Community, assisting with preparations and the ceremony.

 

All are welcome to participate in the following events.

 

7 a.m. Breakfast
Student Center, Oyate Hall

 

8 a.m. Wihinape Wocekiya (Ahanna Wocekiya)
(Sunrise Ceremony/Morning Prayer, all are welcome)
Near the Multi-Ethnic Resource Center
(Student Center, Oyate Hall, in case of inclement weather)

 

11.30 a.m. Wotapi (Feast)
Student Center, Oyate Hall

 

For questions, concerns, or disability accommodations, please contact liz thomson at lthomson@morris.umn.edu or 320-589-6093

Saturday, October 30 at 7:00am to 12:00pm

Outside MRC

Event Type

Wellness, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Audience

Campus-Community

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