Within Hodinöhsö:ni’ worldview, women are responsible for all matters regarding the land. Honoring this, our second installment of our Hodinöhsö:ni’ Geographies Series is designed as a listening session led by a panel of Seneca women of this territory. This listening session will provide a space where we can listen and receive direction on how best to develop our land acknowledgement protocols and other forms of Hodinöhsö:ni’ land-based commemoration on our campus.
Featuring: Agnes Williams (Seneca, Wolf Clan), Lori Quigley (Seneca, Wolf Clan),
Marilyn Schindler (Seneca, Snipe Clan), Christine Abrams (Seneca, Beaver Clan)
SPONSORED BY: The UB Center for Diversity and Innovation, Humanities Institute, and The College of Arts and Sciences