E65: Meet Renee Sans Souci
With a degree in education from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and being an Umo n ho n woman and practitioner of traditional healing, Renee Sans Souci combines her life experiences with a learning process that helps learners to engage in their own cultural identities and languages. Renee has been a Teaching Artist with the Lied Center for Performing Arts since 2009. She has presented at numerous conferences and workshops on various topics related to #MMIWG2S, Native Science, History of Indian Education, Native languages, Poetry, and Sustainability. Sans Souci was featured, last year, in the PBS American Masters Series, UNLADYLIKE 2020: Susan LaFlesche Picotte: The First American Indian Doctor. She was also a finalist for a 2020 Inspire Award, Celebrating Women Leaders in Lincoln, Nebraska.
Book recommended: Decolonizing Trauma Work: Indigenous Stories and Strategies by Renee Linklater
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