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“Talking Circles: Their Usage and Purpose for American Indians” with Vivette Jeffries-Logan

Mar 31, 2021 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm

We look forward to a great evening together in community!


Zoom Link:

Audience: Open to the UNC Campus Community


Come join Indigenous elder Vivette Jeffries-Logan and other Native students from the Carolina Community for an insightful and informative presentation about the history, cultural significance and efficacy of Talking Circles amongst American Indian Nations, Communities, and People.

We will focus on how COVID and the quarantine has affected your intention and goal setting process. We will share guided questions intended for self-reflection.

All Carolina Campus Community (faculty, staff and students) members are welcome to attend. There is NO COST to attend. We just ask that you bring your full self with you!

Background: Talking Circles are one modality American Indians use for community decision-making, conflict resolution, promote community and individual healing. This event is hosted by the UNC American Indian Center.


***This event is hosted by the UNC American Indian Center. If you have any questions prior to this event, please reach out to Qua Adkins at***



Mar 31, 2021
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm

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