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Inaugural P’ôe: Pathways Lecture Series Featuring Joe A. Garcia

  • 06:00 pm
  • Cafeteria Commons, Montoya Admin Bldg., Northern New Mexico College
Inaugural P’ôe: Pathways Lecture Series Featuring Joe A. Garcia

Inaugural P’ôe: Pathways Lecture Series
Creating Our Own Road: Responsibilities & Reflections from Our Elders

Featuring Joe A. Garcia  (Sokuwa Owing Taa’), Head Councilman, Ohkay Owingeh, and Former President, National Congress of American Indians

Tuesday, September 29, 6 pm
Northern New Mexico College
Cafeteria Commons, Montoya Admin. Bldg
Free and Open to the Public

Sponsored by P’ôe: Pathways to American Indian Education Training Program and the Northern Pueblos Institute at Northern New Mexico College.

pathways_logo2P’ôe: Pathways to American Indian Education Training Program at Northern New Mexico College — a collaborative project involving the Northern Pueblos Institute and the College of Education — is a culturally responsive education initiative aimed to establish members of New Mexico’s 22 tribes, pueblos and urban American Indian populations as effective and qualified teachers, counselors, or administrators in public schools.

For more information visit poepathways.com
or contact Dr. Matthew Martinez
505-747-5458 or martinez@nnmc.edu

Photo of Joe Garcia by Rima Krisst

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