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A non-profit educational institution who's mission is to provide traditional knowledge through providing courses to the world on the original peoples concepts of peace, sustainability and survival of our planet.
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🌎Reminder: New Zoom link for Season 5 - SNA Apr 3: "1st Anniversary Celebration" Marianne Williamson • Michael Bernard Beckwith • Matt Kahn +more Season 5 - April - June 2021: Music - Wisdom - Meditation - Community - Connection GMAIL USERS - WEB VERSION Click to View Email as Webpage NEW ZOOM LINK REQUIRED for New Season 5, Apr - Jun 2021 Satu
With historic picks, Biden puts environmental justice front and center President-elect Joe Biden has tapped Democratic Rep. Deb Haaland, a Native American congresswoman from New Mexico, to serve as interior secretary in a historic pick for a department that oversees the country's vast natural resources, including tribal lands.
Haudenosaunee Thanksgiving Address - 1 | Dance For All People Part 1: Today we have gathered and we see that the cycles of life continue. We have been given the duty and responsibility to live in balance and harmony.
Dear Sisters and Brothers in the Four Directions:
Please join me!
I’m so excited to be part of this amazing event!
Come join Chief Golden Light Eagle, Grandmother Flordemayo, Chief Phil Lane, Jr., Joanne Shenandoah, Olox and more! Healing can be ours as we reclaim our connections and return to peace with Mother Earth, the animals, plants, waters, lands and sky. Join us on September 12th as Indigenous voices from around the world lead us back to our deep roots of connection with the earth and all our relations. Register here: www.GlobalPeaceTribe.com for Saturday Night Alive for the Global Peace Tribe. If you’re new to SNA use Promo code: NEWBIES
Healing Turtle Island Hello All - we will be hosting Healing Turtle Island online this year to keep the prayer flowing and to honor our commitment to our ancestors. Though it is very sad for us that we won't be able to gather in person this year, we are also thankful that we will be able to open this up to many people wh...
Iroquois Constitution Adodarhoh and his cousin Lords are entrusted with the Keeping of the Council Fire. 4. You, Adodarhoh, and your thirteen cousin Lords, shall faithfully keep the space about the Council Fire clean and you shall allow neither dust nor dirt to accumulate. I lay a Long Wing before you as a broom. As a we...
The Hiawatha Institute is a non-profit educational organization designed to bring sustainability and Iroquois cultural knowledge to the world. Courses ranging from language, history, agriculture, the arts, environmental, leadership and community solutions-and more will be made available to people of the world on-line.
You can help us achieve this goal by forwarding contributions which are tax deductible to:
The Hiawatha Institite for Indigenous knowledge, 265 Northwoods arias, Hermon, NY 13652.
Strategically placed in the heart of the Six Nations (which is comprised of the Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, Cayuga, Seneca, and Tuscarora nations), the Hiawatha Institute for Indigenous Knowledge is the only educational institution in the United States that will develop courses for a four-year degree in Indigenous Studies as a 501 3C Non-Profit Educational Foundation.
Blending traditional educational expectations with aboriginal methods, the Hiawatha Institute establishes the first comprehensive program that utilizes both century-tested techniques and creates an environment for both Native and non-Native people to share information and ideas. With a unique faculty that embraces life-experience as an equivalent to traditional educational accomplishments, the Hiawatha Institute’s faculty is comprised of Elders, Language Holders, Academic Scholars, Artists, Musicians, Dancers, Public Speakers, and other scholars that share the vision of the Haudenosaunee (Six Nation)
This faculty will add real value to students by teaching a multitude of classes that will complement existing programs by providing the indigenous perspective on a range of topics. Ultimately, it is the Hiawatha Institute's long-term goal to have an accredited degree-earning program that offers a creative and inclusive curriculum with an emphasis on aboriginal knowledge. Additionally, all of the Hiawatha Institute’s classes will be available to a world-wide audience online.
Not only will the Hiawatha Institute appeal to the younger generations as they begin their higher education, but also to those who have a keen interest in learning more about indigenous knowledge for personal awareness or formal education. While the indigenous population will certainly be at the forefront of the Hiawatha Institute’s outreach efforts, a large and mostly untapped market will be that of non-Native people who have an interest in indigenous methodology. Additionally, all of the Hiawatha Institute’s classes will be available online for distance
Introduction to the Mohawk Language – College of Arts and Sciences
Intermediate Mohawk Language – College of Arts and Sciences
Advanced Mohawk Language course – College of Arts and Sciences
Writing the Mohawk Language – College of Arts and Sciences
An Introduction to Haudenosaunee International
Peacekeeping – College of Law
Haudenosaunee International Peacekeeping Advanced
Course – College of Law
Elements of Haudenosaunee Justice – College of Law
Intro to Aboriginal Governance – College of Law
Intro to Haudenosaunee Herbology – College Environmental Science and Forestry
Seminar in Traditional Ecological Knowledge – College Environmental Science and Forestry
Indigenous Community Development – School of Management
The Environment and Economic Development and Sustainability – School of Management
Indigenous Knowledge and Ways of Knowing – School of Citizenship and Public Affairs
Contemporary Arts of the Northeast – College of Visual and Performing Arts
Indigenous Recognition and International Discourse – School of Citizenship and Public Affairs
Northeastern Native American Literature – English Dept., College of Arts and Sciences