CONTEXT OF CULTURE

 

Meeting the Challenges of 
Cultural Sustainability in Indigenous Communities
PROGRAM AND ITINERARY
 

Sunday, April 19th

  7:00P.M.

  Arrival in Phoenix

 

  Monday, April 20th

  8:30A.M.

Depart for University of Arizona for meetings, roundtable discussion and lunch, to see more click here ...

 

    Tuesday, April 21st

  8:30A.M.

Depart for Tohono O¿odham Nation and Tohono O¿odham Community College for meetings, visit and campus tour

 

Wednesday, April 22nd

  8:30A.M.-9:00A.M.

 Welcome & Registration

  9:00A.M.-9:15A.M.

President¿s Welcome

   9:15A.M.-10:30A.M.

Panel Discussion moderated by Michael Little Crow -¿Sustaining Culture:  A Curriculum Development Model Respecting Indigenous Ways of Knowing and Source of Knowledge¿

  10:30A.M.-10:45A.M.

Break (classes will join the session)

  10:45A.M.-12:00P.M.

Panel Discussion moderated by Manny Pino- ¿Indigenous Peoples: Human Rights, Cultural Rights, and Policy Development¿ 

 

Thursday, April 23rd

 8:00A.M.-9:00A.M.

Campus Tour of Agribusiness Program, American Indian Studies Program, CTL, Library and Inter-Tribal Student Organization

  9:00A.M.-9:15A.M.

President¿s Welcome

 9:15A.M.-10:30A.M.

Panel Discussion moderated by José Velasco-¿Sustaining Culture: Human Rights, Cultural Rights, and Policy Development¿

 10:30A.M.-10:45A.M.

 Break (classes will join the session)

  10:45A.M.-12:00P.M.

 Panel Discussion moderated by José Velasco-¿Sustaining Culture: Aligning Community Needs to Educational Training¿

 12:30P.M.-2:00P.M.

Luncheon in Southwest Reading Room, including a presentation by Luis Reynoso, MCC Small Business Development Center

  Afternoon

Departure to Diné College - Navajo Nation

 

Friday, April 24th

 

 Visit Navajo Nation and Diné College

 

 Saturday, April 25th

 

   Travel to Grand Canyon

 

Sunday, April 26th

 

   Return to Phoenix for return to Colombia on Monday