• NEWS: Peacemaking Colloquium 2020 Recordings are Now Available!

    The Peacemaking Colloquium 2020 was successfully held on August 5 & 6, 2020. Now recordings from this groundbreaking event are available for public viewing. Please see the links below for access to the agenda and the recording. If nobody has told you yet, there were some amazing speakers participating, and the topics were often groundbreaking.  There is even an option to listen at higher speed, so you can experience the whole event much faster!   

    A copy of the agenda is attached here so you can see what the overall program contained.

    Recordings are linked below:

    Peacemaking Colloquium 2020 (Part 1)

    Wednesday, August 5, 2020 – Meet and Greet

    Welcome and Opening
    Hon. Timothy P. Connors

    Warrior Lawyers Viewing and Circle Discussion
    Michaela Demmert
    Carson Smith
    Several native students from co-sponsoring colleges and universities.

    Closing
    Margaret Connors, Esq.

    Peacemaking Colloquium 2020 (Part 2)

    Thursday August 6, 2020

    Opening
    Mike Jackson and Lisa Lang

    Purpose and Peacemaking 101
    Cheryl Demmert Fairbanks, Christy Chapman, Brett Lee Shelton

    Keynote Address
    Michael Petoskey

    Self-Care Break
    Brett Lee Shelton

    Tribal State Peacemaking: Showcasing Models
    Kevin Briscoe, Mike Jackson, Verna Teller, Timothy Connors

    Working Lunch (Circle of Student Scholars) Facilitated by Micheala Demmert and Carson Smith

    Trauma Informed Peace Circles
    Gayle Dine’ Chacon, Carma Corcoran, Ingeborg Vicenti, Christy Chapman

    University Partnerships-Tribal, National, International
    Karen Biestman, Robert Yazzie, Manulani Meyer, Carma Corcoran, Carson Smith, Niyo Moraza-Keeswood

    Peacemaking Colloquium 2020 (Part 3)

    Thursday August 6, 2020

    Peacemakers: Words of Wisdom from our National and International Cousins and Relatives
    Lisa Lang, Sonya Shah, Lynette Paglinawan, Manulani Meyer, David Raasch

    Capstone Address
    The Future Ain’t What It Used to Be: Reimagining the Future
    William Thorne, Monica Zamora

    Closing
    Kevin Briscoe, Christy Chapman