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CLASSES AND LECTURES

The Museum of Indigenous People has a long history of providing educational lectures, classes, and workshops. Below are some of the past offerings. For future opportunities, please see our events page.

UPCOMING EDUCATIONAL PRESENTATION

Voices of Navajo Mothers and Daughters

By Sarah Hendricks, Diné 

June 22 at 1 PM  in the Pueblo Building 

Sarah and her mother, Sylvia M. Smith, are featured in the book of the same name by Kathy E. Hooker. The lecture will discuss how sheep have a profound impact on Navajo life.

This is a FREE presentation. Donations are welcome.

Mrs. Sarah Hendricks is an esteemed kindergarten teacher with Flagstaff Unified School District. She holds a bachelor’s degree in physical education with a minor in Health Education K-12, and a master’s degree in Multicultural Bilingual Education, both of which she earned from Northern Arizona University. Her extensive personal experience provides unparalleled insights into the book authored by Kathy Hooker, Voices of Navajo Mothers and Daughters. Notably, her mother used to tend sheep, which provided food, income, and materials for weaving rugs.

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