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  1. Indigenous Praxis Ally Krebs 2008

  2. Indigenous Praxis • Knowing • Acting • Reflecting • Theorizing

  3. Indigenous Theorizing Portable not Universal

  4. Knowing & Being Acting Reflecting Indigenous Praxis Theorizing Sourced from within Indigenous Ways of Knowing & Being

  5. Peoplehood • Land • Language • Sacred History • Ceremonial Cycle Holm, Tom, J. Diane Pearson, and Ben Chavis. “Peoplehood: A Model for the Extension of Sovereignty in American Indian Studies,” Wicazo Sa Review 18:1 (2003): 7-24.

  6. Ceremonial Cycle Sacred History Language Peoplehood Land

  7. Ceremonial Cycle Sacred History Language Peoplehood Land Circle of Indigenous Well-Being

  8. CeremonialCycle Anishinaabe Kwe Biimaadiziwin Anishinaabe Kwe Ndoo Sacred History Language Land My Ojibway Woman Well-Being

  9. Understanding Our Own Indigenous Well Being

  10. Negotiating For Our Well Being

  11. Nbaakaawin Mnaadendmowin Wisdom Respect Dbaadendizin Zaagidwin Humility Anishinaabe Biimaadiziwin (“Well-Being”) Love Aakdehewin Debwewin Truth Courage Gwekwaadziwin Honesty

  12. Engaging Multiple Literacies • Reading • Writing • Silence • Speaking • Listening • Seeing • Sensing

  13. Engaging Multiple Energies • Doing • Reflecting • Creating • Sharing

  14. Dimensions of Indigenous Praxis • Inside • Outside • Borderlands • Terra Nullius

  15. Who’s In  Who’s Out Whose Protocols

  16. Standpoint(s) • Recognize and identify your standpoint • Locate yourself • Identify the operational protocols • Reflect on where they come from • Reflect on who they are empowering • Reflect on who they are silencing • Reflect on who they are serving

  17. Standpoint of Others • Reflect on the observed standpoint of others • Reflect on the values embedded in their standpoint • Reflect on how they are affecting process

  18. Existing Protocols • Watch for the protocols that define interaction • Name the operational protocols • Examine where these protocols originate from within the dimensions of indigenous praxis, from whose standpoint • Reflect on how these protocols impact indigenous practice

  19. Protocols for Indigenous Well-Being • Name them • Discuss them • Negotiate them • Agree collectively to have them guide our process

  20. Inspired by Dr. Graham Smith’s Question to Our Native Well-Being Class