Historical Truths, Representation, and its Consequences: Part 1
with Corrine Sanchez, PhD, Heidi Brandow, M.A., and Joseph Aguilar, PhD; moderated by Carrie Wood, M.S., September 29, 2020
Lecture Series Recordings:
Coping with Stress During COVID-19, What You Need to Know
with Alisha Shelborn, MA, LPAT, September 15, 2020
A recording of the webinar can be found here: https://us02web.zoom.us/rec/share/ibVocsrcWbZMnCuphaDryixhS1lRZJBZKWomP7mmTjOc_8bTza_sjYitYt4--CI._D88Y0-12fcpkLt3
Alisha will offer ways to cope with increased anxiety, tension, stress and loneliness utilizing modern and traditional techniques. Alisha is a member of the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska. She has been a Therapist for 17 years working with children, families and individuals at varying stages of treatment and recovery plus has had many years working in areas of trauma and addiction.
The panel discusses the topic of colonial monuments in and around Santa Fe, New Mexico and will tie historical facts surrounding the colonization of New Mexico and its Indigenous peoples to the representation of history through monuments, and finally, to the real-world consequences of it all.
A recording of the webinar can be found here: https://us02web.zoom.us/rec/play/sm80wyP2Qgd6JWoWfME7XVWyZXbzzeLIpJAFdz2DrSEDLR1VhGYtm_puNyoP0_IU0r-d3eLydcG9uQF1.4lRu0siH_0rrEGE3