Join us to hear a talk by invited presenter Panoka Walker. Walker—of French and Anishinabe heritage—is a member of the Deer Clan. A lifelong student of the plant nation, Walker strongly identifies with her Indian roots as a wild crafter, traditional story teller, song carrier, hand drum maker, traditional crafts woman, and a facilitator of women’s ceremonies. She is a member of the United Plant Savers, Native American Food Sovereignty Alliance, and is also affiliated with the Sacred Water Walkers, who bring awareness to the water.
Wednesday, October 21, from 3:30 – 5
Location: the Women’s Center (LA030)
Light refreshments will be provided