500 Years of Resiliency

When: Fri, Sep 11 2020 6:30pm - Fri, Sep 11 2020 8:30pm 

Where: Online

500 Years of Resiliency: Courageous Conversations on Racial Healing,
Justice and Equity Policy
Friday, September 11, 2020 
6:30 PM- 8:30 PM (MTN) 
Nadine Tafoya, MSW, LCSW
Nadine is a member of the Mescalero Apache tribe, a wife, mother and Grandmother. I live in a rural Pueblo village in Northern NM with my husband and family. I was born and raised in NM, with a Grandfather, a Servant Leader of the Apaches. She is the founded Nadine Tafoya & Associates, (NTA), in 1999, an independent consulting firm, specializing in Behavior Health prevention and treatment, youth and community development initiatives, decolonization, creative conflict management, and intercultural peace building.
Reverend Dr. Wanda Cody Padilla, M.Ed, DPA
Dr. Cody-Ross Padilla is an African American female Elder, mother and grandmother. She is currently researching and writing her fourth book on understanding and offering a “reconciliation-type” solution to the “color-line” problem on our Planet today. She is a certified intercultural and diversity trainer and facilitator.
Roberto Chené, MA, BA
Roberto is Director of the Center for Intercultural Leadership Training and Conflict Resolution in Albuquerque, New Mexico. He is deeply rooted in the Chicano-Latino community and has taught "Cross-Cultural Education "and "Latinos and Public Policy" at the University of New Mexico.
Lucy Moore
Lucy is a facilitator, mediator, trainer and consultant, specializing in complex, often confounding, multi-party, multi-issue conflicts. She is based in Santa Fe, New Mexico, and for the past 35 years has worked regionally and nationally on issues that include water rights, endangered species, cultural preservation, tribal sovereignty, forest use, and more.
Kiran Katira, PhD
Dr. Katira is a Co-Investigator with the TREE Center’s Community Engagement and Dissemination Core and the Director with UNM Community Engagement Center. She is a Fellow with NACA Inspired Schools Network and has over twenty years’ experience working on anti-racist initiatives and with youth leaders in NM. 
Lisa Cacari Stone, PhD, Director/PI, TREE Center
Lisa Cacari Stone has dedicated over 30 years of leadership in public health aimed at advancing health equity for diverse racial, under-resourced, rural and Latinx and immigrant populations. She brings “real-life” experience to understanding the structural determinants of health and policy making. She is Associate Professor with the College of Population Health at UNM.
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