How Indigenous Healing Intersects with Biomedicine w/ Diane Longboat
This episode features Diane Longboat, a member of the Turtle Clan and Mohawk Nation At Six Nations Grand River Territory, Ontario. She is a Ceremonial Leader, traditional teacher, healer, an elder. Diane is founder of Soul of the Mother, a healing lodge on the shores of the Grand River and Six Nations and has extensive relationships with First Nations in Canada and the United States. Diane is a professional educator with a master’s degree in education, and has taught at universities and is a well known speaker on the topic of Traditional Indigenous knowledge systems and spirituality as the fuel for innovation. In this episode, Diane speaks of her journey as part of Indigenous social movements in the 1960s and 70s, particularly in the field of Indigenous Education. She also explains how Indigenous healing intersects with biomedicine. This recording took place that Soul of the Mother lodge in Six Nations Territory.
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