Native American History For Healing Practitioners

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Native American History For Healing Practitioners

A Suscol intertribal council curriculum brought to the herbal community by the community medicine cabinet

By the Community Medicine Cabinet

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Tuesday, April 11 · 10am - 12pm PDT



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About this event

  • 2 hours
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Brought to you by the Community Medicine Cabinet

This five part workshop series explores the history and colonization of indigenous peoples of northern California. The series is a deep dive into both the resilience of California's first peoples and ways in which legacy of the trauma including ancestral trauma, ongoing systemic oppression, and lateral violence continue to be felt and have impact on health outcomes today. This curriculum was originally developed by the inner tribal council in 2018 for healthcare professionals. The community medicine cabinet is honored to be supporting the sharing of this knowledge to the herbal community.

Charlie Toledo (Towa) Executive Director

Charlie Toledo, Executive Director since 1992. Since becoming director, Charlie has restructured the Suscol Intertribal Council to become one of the local regional, statewide, and international leaders around issues of Human Rights for Indigenous peoples.

Charlie continues to inspire, consult and mediate on various Boards, committees, commissions, projects and programs for the benefit of Human Rights issues globally and locally through the organization.

Accessibility Info:

  • On Zoom- Recording available for 1 month
  • Automatic Closed Captions provided
  • Contact us with specific questions and requests around access

About our sliding scale: At best a sliding scale is a way for this class to be both accessible to the public and sustainable for us. Sliding scales have built-in sense of community and responsibility for each other-- a range of abilities to pay supports each other’s participation in the course. If you are not able to afford the lowest price, please click here

Class includes a recording available for 30 days after each session.

About the organizer

The Community Medicine Cabinet was founded in 2014. We built our cabinet with three shelves supporting our classes, clinic and apothecary. Our mission is to be a resource for interpersonal and ecological community. Our work connects people to each other and nature by inviting a deepening of relationship between plants and ourselves. In so doing we work towards interdependence and build a culture of reciprocity.