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Brian Yazzie (Yazzie the Chef) on “Make No Bones About It.” – June 17th, 2018 4pm

Brian Yazzie (Yazzie the Chef) is a Diné  from Dennehotso, Arizona which is located on the Notheastern part of the Navajo Nation. Yazzie has a degree in Applied Science (AAS) in Culinary Arts from Saint Paul College. He focuses on bringing together hyper-local and regional indigenous ingredients to help revitalize a healthy indigenous cuisine. He brings creativity to ancestral knowledge through modern techniques. Yazzie the Chef is available for private dinners, chef demos & collaborations, as well as educational demonstrations.  He also currently serves as the Chef de Cuisine at The Sioux Chef in Minneapolis, MN and a team member on I-Collective.

Website:

www.yazziethechef.com

YouTube promo video:

https://youtu.be/Id-BmWcW2Sg

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Ernesto “Neto” Burbank on “Make No Bones About It.” June 3rd, 2018 at 4pm

Ernesto “Neto” Burbank

Diné/Navajo

Chinle Az

Tattoo Artist at Empire Tattoo Tucson Az

Naabaahii – protector of the people

Honor Life Tattoo Tour

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Hugo Lucitante on “Make No Bones About It.” June 10th, 2018 5pm

Hugo Lucitante is a member of the Cofán people of Ecuadoran Amazonia. He is currently concentrating in Ethnic Studies and Latin American and Caribbean Studies at Brown University. His work focuses on historical research on the Cofán people with interest in Indigenous Studies and environmental and sustainable development. Through Brown initiatives, he has helped develop the Cofán Heritage Project. He works closely with the Linguistics Department for a Cofán language documentation project, and with the Cofán-Brown Student Alliance Club. In addition to his school activities, Hugo currently works as a liaison for his people and the community of Zábalo, both as an Eco-tour guide and as a sitting board member for the Cofán Survival Foundation and Fundación Raíz.

GW from “View from the Shore”, Miss Emma from“Resilient” and me at the Spring KAOS gathering 2018.

State of the World with Chief Phil Lane Jr. April 22, 2018 4-5pm

Chief Phil Lane, Jr – Hereditary Chief And Elder

Chief Phil Lane Jr. is a traditionally recognized Hereditary Chief and Elder. He is an enrolled member of the Ihanktonwan Dakota and Chickasaw Nations. He is an internationally recognized indigenous leader in human and community development.The founder and chairman of the Four World’s International Institute (FWII), an organization dedicated to “unifying the human family through the Fourth Way”, Chief Phil Lane, Jr. is the recipient of many awards, including the John Denver Windstar Award, and is a frequent speaker on behalf of indigenous rights and wisdom

Peter Ali on “Make No Bones About It.” April 8th, 2018 5pm

Peter Ali on Native American flute and Dean Evenson on silver flute.

Native American flutist Peter Ali will be sharing about his new album “Prayers on the Wind.” Looking forward to talking with Peter and sharing his music with you all.

Caroline LaPorte on “Make No Bones About It.” April 8th, 2018 4pm

Photo by StrongHearts Native Helpline.

Caroline LaPorte

Senior Native Affairs Policy Advisor

Caroline LaPorte is the first Native Affairs Senior Policy Advisor for the StrongHearts Native Helpline and is an immediate descendant of the Little River Band of Ottawa Indians. In her policy work, LaPorte, a licensed attorney in the State of Texas and who concurrently serves on the NIWRC’s Policy Team, will focus on specialized issues including criminal justice, children and youth, firearms, housing and human rights relating to domestic violence in tribal communities. Before joining StrongHearts, she worked as a family law attorney and at Dallas CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates), an organization that represents children in foster care.

LaPorte brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise in Indian law and federal, tribal and state jurisdiction to StrongHearts, having held a clerk position with the Office of Tribal Justice within the Department of Justice and the Little River Band of Ottawa Indians criminal justice system. She has a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Miami School of Law in Florida and a bachelor’s degree in philosophy from Baylor University in Texas.