The power of sharing history through story-telling!
Dan is an Indigenous Educator from Washington on the Colville Indian Reservation. Through his work, Dan hopes to encourage schools to offer “more accurate Native American culture into their curriculum."
Dan will take us back in time to hear the stories passed down from past generations. Stories of a land that provided for its people and how the native people nurtured it. Through song, dance, and the power of storytelling, Dan shares his passion for native history.
Dan will take us back in time to hear the passages passed down
from generations before. Stories of a land that provided for its people
and how the native people nurtured it in response.
Dan is an Indigenous Educator from the Colville Indian Tribe. He
takes pride in hearing more of the Indigenous Native American perspectives like the TED Talk with Mark Charles. When he’s not traveling and Pow Wow dancing, he is a public speaker and educator.
Through his work, Dan hopes to encourage schools to offer “more
accurate Native American culture into their curriculum." Dan's deep
connection to his stories and performance will move us all to think
about the native land we now call our home.
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