A Workshop with Barry Moses

A Workshop with Barry Moses

This workshop is designed for people involved with nature connection education and mentoring— including instructors, staff, board members, elders, and other organizational leaders and friends.

Barry will address culture, privilege, and the question of cultural appropriation in the nature education field. He invites us to consider: How can we practice culturally appropriate ways of teaching and mentoring a non-Native community? How can we fulfill our roles as allies to Native communities in our region?

Other topics may include: recognizing experiences of deep connection in the natural world, creating a deeper sense of place, and acknowledging the role of elders in community.


Saturday, April 23, 2016Barry

9am – 4pm,

Montague, MA

Requested donation: $30 – 100.

No one will be turned away for lack of funds.

Advance registration required.


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Barry Moses has been involved with multicultural and diversity awareness for 25 years, in nonprofits and universities. He is a co-facilitator for the Intercultural Leadership Program at Spokane Community College and a member of the Equity and Diversity Committee for the district of Community Colleges of Spokane. He teaches several courses grounded in Critical Race Theory at Whitworth University, including Native American Film, Intro to US Cultural Studies, and Domestic Colonialism.

Born in Washington State, Barry Moses was raised between worlds— in Spokane, in Seattle, and on the Spokane Indian Reservation.

Barry is an especially engaging public speaker and large group facilitator.   His writing and photography, and his TEDx talk on preserving endangered languages can be found at sulustu.blogspot.com.