Special Seminar - One Hundred Years of State and Federal Policies and the Impact on Pueblo People and Pueblo Way of Life: The History of Resistance and Resilience of Pueblo People

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Special Seminar - One Hundred Years of State and Federal Policies and the Impact on Pueblo People and Pueblo Way of Life: The History of Resistance and Resilience of Pueblo People

Time: September 12, 2016 from 3pm to 4pm
Location: online, virtual
Website or Map: http://connect.arc.nasa.gov/e…
Phone: 844.467.6272, passcode 207485#
Event Type: seminar, (online, virtual)
Organized By: Daniella Scalice
Latest Activity: Sep 12, 2016

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The NASA Science Mission Directorate's (SMD) American Indian/Alaskan Native Working Group presents this special seminar by our esteemed colleague, Regis Pecos.  Please join us and spread the word!

Daniella Scalice

NASA Astrobiology Program

One Hundred Years of State and Federal Policies and the Impact on Pueblo People and Pueblo Way of Life:  The History of Resistance and Resilience of Pueblo People

 

Regis Pecos

 

Born and Raised in Cochiti Pueblo

Former Governor and Member of the Cochiti Traditional Council 30 Years

Graduate of Princeton University

Graduate, UC Berkely

John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University

Longest serving Chief Executive, New Mexico Office of Indian Affairs (16 years)

Former Chief of Staff, Office of the Speaker, New Mexico House of Representatives (12 years)

Former Chief of Staff, Office of the Majority, Director of Policy and Legislative Affairs (3 years)

Co-Founder, Co-Director of the Santa Fe Indian School’s Leadership Institute

 

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Please follow these instructions to the letter so we won’t have any feedback loops or other audio issues!

1. Click on: http://connect.arc.nasa.gov/epo/ (you may be asked to download a plug-in).

2. No need to login with credentials, just select "enter as guest" and then type your name.

Skip steps 3+4 if you don’t have a webcam

3. Click on the "start my webcam" button. Click "allow" in the pop-up window that may appear.

4. You should see an image of yourself; click on "start sharing" so we can see you as well.

5. Then call: 844.467.6272, passcode 207485# - use *6 to mute and unmute your phone.

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