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When the Dawn Came: A Plateau Indigenous Perspective on Healing, My Journey as a True Human Being
November 30 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Visiting Writer Scholar: Dr. Phil Cash Cash (Cayuse/Nez Perce)
WSU College of Nursing will offer CE credit for those attendees who are eligible:
Contact Connie Kim Yen Nguyen-Truong, PhD, RN, ANEF, FAAN, for questions.
This event will be presented via Zoom.
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WSU Vancouver Native American Programs and SACNAS Chapter at WSU (system wide)
Dr. Phillip Cash Cash is a niimíipuu ‘Nez Perce’/weyíiletpuu ‘Cayuse’ human, an award winning Indigenous scholar, artist, writer, and traditional healer. He is a younger speaker of nimiipuutímt, the Nez Perce language, a severely endangered language. Dr. Cash Cash holds doctoral degrees in linguistics and anthropology. His creativity inquiries are life-centered endeavors committed to cultural revitalization and community-based language advocacy. He sees our Native languages as vital elements of epistemology, consciousness, and spirit that connects us to Indigenous lives, lands, ancestors, and futurity. Philosophy: “the earth and myself of one mind,” Young Chief Joseph, Nez Perce (1840-1904). Dr. Cash Cash is also a co-founder of Crow’s Shadow Institute of the Arts (a nationally recognized Indigenous arts press and institute) and luk’upsíimey, The North Star Collective (an Indigenous Plateau literary advocacy group).