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Conversations of the Valley -- MAR 17, 2021 - Shared screen with speaker view
Stacey Rivard
01:30
host
Sally Hermann - SCVF
10:38
Can anyone tapdance?
Tracy Larson
45:25
So, is Little Crow’s Village now Prescott?
Joel Palmquist
50:03
maybe there is a cue to be taken from our young persons, insisting to go barefoot when ever possible - or allowed by us big persons - longing for a solid connection with the earth, for place
MARJORIE HAGEN
01:00:54
Are there Dakota stories about the white pines cut down by earlier English; it had to be such an assault on the land.
Christina Beck
01:02:04
What are some good methods of finding the original names for tributaries?
Jenny Kruckenberg
01:02:05
Thank you. Your voice and words are so soothing..
Judy Freund
01:02:49
what does it mean to have Deb Haaland as Secretary of Interior?
Gary Kelsey
01:02:50
I am struck by the emphasis of “being present” to what is in front of us, below and above us. Is this an emphasis of the Dakota tradition? A value?
Joan Beaver
01:03:05
The Apple property park in Stillwater should be named to recognize the heritage of indigenous people.
Penny Catlin
01:03:11
What happened to the Dakota people when Stillwater became populated by the white man
Laurie Schmidt
01:04:05
Do you have a sense of the daily and seasonal life activities of the Dakota pre- 183o’s? Thank you for your heart-felt words to us.
Marty Harding
01:05:35
Ojibwe Elder Sharon Day will be conducting a NIBI (Water) Walk for the Willow River April 30-May 1; virtual orientation on April 3rd. If you're interested in participating, send an e-mail to info@northwoodsandwaters.org
Carolyn Saunders
01:06:06
I appreciate your comments about naming and how names have been changed over time. With the loss of names, there is a loss of understanding and eventually a loss of known history. Not one of us here today is happy when someone changes our name (even by giving us an unwanted nickname). Thank you for reminding us of the power of names. I hope this seminar opens all hearts and minds to always using correct names out of respect and in an effort to be sensitive and inclusive!
Joel Palmquist
01:09:18
Do the writings of Aldo Leopold, most specifically "The Round River", resonate with Dakota wisdom?
Melissa May
01:09:25
FYI Deb Halaand’s dad was a Norwegian Minnesotan
Joel Palmquist
01:14:00
Perhaps the "No Child Left Inside" initiative has merit.....
sam divita
01:14:48
Thank you for this informative and engaging presentation.
Jarell Kuney
01:14:55
Can you say where this art exhibit is in St. Peter again?
Joel Palmquist
01:14:58
Thanks also to SCVF for hosting this session.
Laurie Schmidt
01:15:15
A beautiful novel about a Dakota woman’s life and that of her ancestors near Mankato is The Seedkeeper by Diane Wilson, an author from Shaffer MN here in the Valley. Just released by Milkweed.
Jarell Kuney
01:15:41
Thanks very much! Great presentation!
Sara Martin
01:15:47
this was so wonderful. thanks for sharing.
Katrina Larsen
01:16:03
Wonderful presentation
Cindie Reiter
01:16:03
thank you so much!
Julia Miller
01:16:13
Thank you very much! Wopida ota
Jean Greenwood
01:16:33
Thank you so much!
Marty Harding
01:16:36
Brilliant and touching; thank you for your presentation, Dr. Westerman and to SCVF.
Juliet Tomkins
01:16:44
Thank you so much Dr. Westerman!
Marsha Shotley
01:16:46
Thank you! So informative and she is lovely.