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University Roundtable - Our Shared Future: Teaching the 12,000-Year Human Story of Campus  (back)
 
Description:
Omar Poler and Aaron Bird Bear
On June 18, 2019, UW-Madison publicly acknowledged the 1832 treaty between the Ho-Chunk Nation and the United States, and UW-Madison also publicly acknowledged the failed nineteenth-century ethnic cleansing attempts against the Ho-Chunk people from 1832-1874, violence central to the founding of our campus and local community. School of Education staff Aaron Bird Bear and Omar Poler will speak about the University’s new “Our Shared Future” heritage marker and also discuss how the Our Shared Future heritage marker is advancing efforts to teach the 12,000-year human story of this place. Bird Bear (Mandan and Hidatsa) is an enrolled member of the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation. Poler is an enrolled member of the Sokaogon Chippewa Community.

If you are experiencing difficulties registering, please call Learning and Talent Development at 262-7107 or email registrations2@ohr.wisc.edu.

If you would like to pay by credit card or pay for multiple individuals once they are registered, please call 608-262-7107 for payment.

If you wish to pay with a check, please make it out to University Roundtables and send it to:
Learning and Talent Development
University of Wisconsin-Madison
21 N Park Street, Suite 5101
Madison, WI 53715
No payments will be refunded.

To request accommodations due to disability or medical need, please contact Heather Daniels, preferably at least two weeks before the event.
Contact Info:
Jake Smith or Heather Daniels (Soas@soas.wisc.edu)
 
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