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Kanyon CoyoteWoman was invited to #Hexenfest2019 in Eastern Pomo lands.

Near xabatin-big water [Clear Lake] Eastern Pomo Land. Recognizing that historically over 30 villages around the lake, today 7 tribes. Habematolel Pomo of Upperlake Rancheria, Scotts Valley Rancheria, Robinson Rancheria, Elem Indian Colony, Big Valley Rancheria, Middletown Rancheria, Koi Nation

1) BREAKING THE GENDER BINARY
2) HONORING OUR LAND: AN INDIGENOUS PERSPECTIVE

BREAKING THE GENDER BINARY

Breaking the Binary is, in and of itself, a magickal act. It is personal, it is political, and it is spiritual for many of us – all at once. Join this discussion to hear about Breaking the Binary from an indigenous perspective, nonbinary implications for the “Great Rite,” questioning the “way things are” from a nonbinary perspective, and more. Facilitated by Lasara Firefox Allen and Kanyon Sayers-Roods.

HONORING OUR LAND: AN INDIGENOUS PERSPECTIVE

How might we learn from those living on this land for many generations? What would it look like to commune with this land that we love with reverence and respect for those who were here before us? Join Kanyon as we explore an Indigenous relationship with the land.

How might we learn from those living on this land for many generations? What would it look like to commune with this land that we love with reverence and respect for those who were here before us? Join Kanyon as we explore an Indigenous relationship with the land.

ABOUT KANYON SAYERS-ROODS

Kanyon is Ohlone & Chumash California Native Woman, CEO of Kanyon Konsulting, a creative artist ever inspired by nature and the natural world, and a catalyst of decolonizing conversations.

Kanyon is our featured presenter and we are honored to have them share their Indigenous perspective with our community. Kanyon will also be helping with the opening ritual.

https://www.hexenfest.net/presenters-1#/kanyon-sayers-roods

Post Author: Kanyon Coyote

Activist, artist, educator – an Indigenous Generalized Specialist

I am Ohlone & Chumash - California Native Woman. I am a creative artist ever inspired by nature and the natural world, Catalyst of decolonizing conversations. Contemp/Traditional Artist, Native Representative, Consultant, Advocate of Truth in History, Multimedia Artist, "Coyote", T.E.K educator, and much more - Let’s Talk

CEO of Kanyon Konsulting
Founder of Indian Canyon Two-Spirit Society

Cultural Director and COO of Costanoan Indian Research

Cultural Representative and Native Monitor for Indian Canyon Mutsun Band of Costanoan Ohlone People

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