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Saturday, March 18 • 1:00pm - 2:30pm
Indigenous Appropriation in Paganism

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There is a fine line between appropriation and appreciation. Appropriation encourages the dominant culture to forget the the tragic history of indigenous cultures under colonialism. How do Pagans fall into the trap of appropriation? How can we lead the charge to prevent appropriation and preserve indigenous culture? Join us as we discuss how Pagans can do our part to prevent appropriation of indigenous culture.

Moderators
avatar for Tamara L Siuda (Mambo Chita Tann)

Tamara L Siuda (Mambo Chita Tann)

n her own words, Tamara L. Siuda is a curious individual. Encouraged by her parents and a large multicultural, multiracial extended family, she has been involved in many different spheres of life: from the histories and cultures of her Onondaga (Six Nations Iroquois) and various... Read More →

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avatar for Josiah Raul Mosqueda

Josiah Raul Mosqueda

Josiah Mosqueda is an Initiated Druid of the Mists of Stone Forest Grove and a devotee of Santa Muerte. As a queer Mexican American of Irish descent, he works closely with ancestral spirits to fight for the liberation of all oppressed beings. Aside from the Eye of Horus, Josiah also... Read More →
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Shane Orthman

Gothi, Daughters and Sons of Yta
Shane Orthmann is an artist, story teller and spiritual leader, serving as Gothi with the Daughters and Sons of Yta since 2010. | | From fall 2015-Spring 2016 Shane Orthmann was an artist in residency at the Creek, retelling the Norse Myths with an emphasis on their place in... Read More →


Saturday March 18, 2017 1:00pm - 2:30pm
Terrace 1 Panels

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