Cultural Humility Series, Part VII: Four Directions of Diversity – Honoring Differences

Cultural Humility Series, Part VII: Four Directions of Diversity – Honoring Differences

Category: Covid-19, Peer Support, Trainings, Webinars

Posted on August 3rd, 2020

Cultural Humility Series, Part VII: Four Directions of Diversity – Honoring Differences

Wednesday, August 26, 2020 @ 3:00-4:30pm ET (2 CT/1 MT/12 PT)

Description: Honoring Differences is a different approach to diversity. The approach is not to look for blame, but to explore the interconnectedness between people. If the system is out of harmony, it will cause problems among people. It also provides leaders with a means to more effectively work with different kinds of people. The concepts that help us to see differently are shared through the Teachings of the Medicine Wheel, which describe the principles, laws, and values that govern the universe. If we work in harmony with the universal system, diversity issues in communities will minimize. If we work out of harmony with the principle, we will have chaos.

The Principles and Concepts are harmony, balance, Seen and the Unseen World, Conflict as a Guidance System, Interconnectedness, Spirit and Intent, circles, cycles, the natural order, and the Four Laws of Change.

Presenter: Don Coyhis

 

Don Coyhis is a member of the Mohican Nation who currently lives in Colorado Springs, Colorado. He is the President of White Bison, Inc., an American Indian 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation dedicated to creating and sustaining a grassroots Wellbriety Movement that provides culturally based healing to the next seven generations of Indigenous People. Through the leadership of White Bison, the Wellbriety Movement has taken a prominent role in the recovery of many Native Americans and their communities.

Price: Education is FREE to all professionals.

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