Southwest Seminars presents

Native Voices

Monday Nights in March at 6 pm | Hotel Santa Fe
Cost: $80 for the series of 4 lectures 
Southwest Seminars is offering four in-person lectures in March to honor The Archaeological Conservancy. Call or email Southwest Seminars to find out more about how to register for this insightful lecture series.
219  Ojo de la Vaca, Santa Fe
New Mexico 87108
☎️: (505) 466-2775

Please Note: Prepayment is required along with proof of Covid vaccination or booster.  Contact Southwest Seminars for more information. 

MAR 7 | Importance of Our Ancestral Sites: A Pueblo Perspective

Presented by | Adam Duran (Pojoaque)
War Chief, Pueblo of Pojoaque and Contributor, ‘Pueblo Perspectives on the Middle San Juan Region’, Footprints in the Middle San Juan

MAR 14 | Reclaiming Our Children

Presented by | Dr. Joseph H. Suina (Cochiti)
Former Governor, Cochiti Pueblo, Professor Emeritus, Department of Education (ret.) University of New Mexico, Former Director, Institute for American Indian Education, University of New Mexico, Author, ‘And Then I Went to School’, in Teaching for Joy and Justice.

MAR 21 | Tewa Landscapes, Voices and Stories

Presented by | Dr. Matthew Martinez (Ohkay Owingeh)
Former First Lieutenant Governor, Ohkay Owingeh Pueblo, Former Deputy Director, New Mexico Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, Co-Author, Deb Haaland: First Native American Cabinet Secretary (2022)

MAR 28 | Winter Reflections: Preparing for Spring and Protecting Our Sacred Lands

Presented by | Theresa Pasqual (Acoma)
Director, Tribal Historic Preservation Office, Acoma Pueblo, Advisor, National Trust for Historic Preservation, Consultant on Tribal Resource Management and Sacred Site Protection