Iowa Stories – Stephanie Bad Soldier Snow

In recognition of Native American Heritage Month, we invite you to a virtual presentation by Stephanie Bad Soldier Snow entitled, “Coming Home: Food Sovereignty and Healing Trauma,” on Thursday, November 18, at noon CST. November is designated as Native American Heritage Month in order to better understand the rich cultural traditions and the residual impact of social injustices experienced by Native Americans in the U.S. and Iowa. This lecture will discuss this history, historical trauma, individual trauma, and healing. Stephanie Bad Soldier Snow celebrates her Meskwaki and HoChunk ancestry by working to raise awareness through social activism and advocacy. She is a trained anthropologist and cultural consultant as well as a talented singer, poet, and dancer. She currently works for Meskwaki Workforce Development as Education Coordinator. Please register in advance for this lecture on Thursday, November 18, at noon (CST): After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the lecture. Questions? Leave a message at 319-335-3926 so we can respond. Iowa Stories programs are recorded for later viewing online. The lecture is co-sponsored by the State Historical Society of Iowa, the University of Iowa Native American Council, and the University of Iowa Native American Student Association.