What We Offer
We offer virtual trainings to groups and organizations! Below are the topics we’re currently offering. We’ve listed the sessions in order from most beginner to most advanced; however, all sessions can be suitable for a beginner-level audience.
For more information on virtual trainings and pricing, contact Lauren Kramer.
Native Nations 101 provides attendees with an introduction to Tribal sovereignty and how Tribal governments work. Presenters draw on real-life, on-the-ground experience to educate about the realities and challenges faced by Tribal leaders. The session also introduces the Native nation rebuilding movement and Tribal nations’ visions and goals for the next seven generations.
Native Nations 101 is a great session for beginners looking to grow their baseline knowledge and learn to cultivate authentic relationships with Native nations.
Do you ever feel hesitant searching for the right language to use to talk about Native nations?
This session is for you! It covers terminology basics, what’s ok and not ok, and showcases the wide range of opinions on language and terminology within Indian Country.
The practice of Indigenous land acknowledgment is growing in popularity. You may have seen a land acknowledgment delivered at a conference, concert, or public gathering.
Beyond Land Acknowledgment explains what land acknowledgment is and why it’s important to go beyond a simple statement. The presentation walks attendees through the action planning approach, equipping them with tools to make a meaningful impact either individually or in the workplace or community.
Are you interested in appreciating Indigenous culture and avoiding cultural appropriation but feel unsure about where to start?
Attendees learn how to spot cultural appropriation and understand why it’s harmful to Indigenous people and nations. Presenters use real-life examples to demonstrate how cultural appropriation shows up in various industries, such as fashion, design, and wellness. Attendees come away from the session with strategies for avoiding appropriation, in addition to ideas for supporting Native artists and creators in the local community.
Do you want to engage and develop meaningful relationships with Native nations, organizations, and people but don’t know where to start?
Meaningful Community Engagement covers best practices for relationship-building, based on our many years of working on the ground with Native communities. We talk about why it’s important to engage in a good way, introduce attendees to helpful pre-engagement reflection activities, and explain how to follow protocols for approaching Tribal leadership. In addition, we share case studies and additional resources to help you continue your learning.
This session is a great fit for organizations looking to build new relationships with Native communities and for those who want to strengthen their existing engagement.
Didn’t see the topic you have in mind listed here? We occasionally offer customized presentations. Please reach out to us with your ideas.
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From yoga to “smudge kits,” wellness is on trend right now. While wellness practices can help us to unwind and de-stress, they also raise major questions about cultural appropriation and theft from BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) communities.