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Creation Story - Conversations in Cultural Fluency Lecture Series #1

Deyohahá:ge: Indigenous Knowledge Centre at Six Nations Polytechnic is pleased to share the following lecture series, “Conversations in Cultural Fluency”. This lecture series is intended to expose learners to theoretical and practical applications of Haudenosaunee-Indigenous Knowledge through a variety of topics including the Haudenosaunee Creation Story; Ecological Knowledge of the Dish with One Spoon Wampum; Three Sisters Sustainability; Good Mindedness within the Great Law of Peace; and Navigating with the Two Row Wampum.
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Treaty Relations and Two Row Companion - Conversations in Cultural Fluency #5

This video was created to accompany a series of lectures produced by Deyohaha:ge and Six Nations Polytechnic, with Thru the Red Door.
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Hodinohso:ni Governance & the Great Law of Peace - Conversations in Cultural Fluency #4

This video was created to accompany a series of lectures produced by Deyohaha:ge and Six Nations Polytechnic, with Thru the Red Door.
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Food Security & Three Sisters Sustainability - Conversations in Cultural Fluency #3

This video was created to accompany a series of lectures produced by Deyohaha:ge and Six Nations Polytechnic, with Thru the Red Door.
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Ecological Knowledge & the Dish with One Spoon - Conversation in Cultural Fluency #2

This video was created to accompany a series of lectures produced by Deyohaha:ge and Six Nations Polytechnic, with Thru the Red Door.
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Creation Story Companion - Conversations in Cultural Fluency #1

This video was created to accompany a series of lectures produced by Deyohaha:ge and Six Nations Polytechnic, with Thru the Red Door.
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Gëönda’shö’oh Ge:idö’ (Trees)

This resource contains information and stories about trees, including Indigenous names for the variety of trees found in North America.
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Hadiwënoda:je's (Thunder Beings)

These stories were collected by John Napoleon Brinton Hewitt who was one-quarter Tuscarora. He worked with Ermine Smith in recording Iroquois stories in 1880. Hewitt published these stories in 1903 and 1928.
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Hodinohso:ni Art Lesson #9 - Corn Husk Dolls

This resource will help you understand Indigenous corn husk dolls and the techniques used in making them.
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Hodinohso:ni Art Lesson #8 - Lacrosse Sticks

This resource will help you understand Indigenous lacrosse sticks and the techniques used in making them.

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