M. M. Jacob - INDIAN PILGRIMS: INDIGENOUS JOURNEYS OF ACTIVISM AND HEALING WITH SAINT KATERI TEKAKWITHA - Hardcover

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“Indigenous Environmentalism as Spiritual Responsibility: Journeys of Activism and Healing with Saint Kateri Tekakwitha”

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Dr. Michelle M. Jacob, PhD, is a Professor of Indigenous Studies and Director of the Sapsik’ʷałá (Teacher) Education
Program in the Department of Education Studies at University of Oregon.
7:00 pm | Tuesday, Feb 20 | Scandinavian Cultural Center

Free and Open to the Public

BOOK SUMMARY:  Within historical Catholic writings, Kateri Tekakwitha is portrayed as a model of pious, submissive femininity. Indian Pilgrims moves beyond mainstream narratives and shows that Saint Kateri is a powerful feminine figure who inspires decolonizing activism in contemporary Indigenous peoples' lives.