Santa Fe Indian Center Lecture Series – Indigenous Wisdom & Climate Change

Published April 3, 2018

SANTA FE – The Santa Fe Indian Center is hosting a lecture, entitled “Indigenous Wisdom & Climate Change,”  on Wednesday, April 4, 2018.

Santa Fe Indian Center Lecture Series –
Indigenous Wisdom & Climate Change
April 4th, 6:30pm-8pm, 1420 Cerrillos Road

Groundswell: Exploring the role of Indigenous wisdom in shaping a human response to the challenge of climate change through a moral revolution.

Guest lecturers are Joe Neidhardt, MD and Mary Hasbah Roessel, MD.

Joe Neidhardt, MD is a psychiatrist practicing in Santa Fe and the editor of the book “Groundswell: Indigenous Wisdom and the Moral Revolution for Climate Change.” He has worked within Indigenous communities from Canada, Alaska and New Mexico, and traveled to Barrow, Alaska and Vancouver Island, British Columbia doing research for the Groundswell book This augmented book is a collection of Indigenous and non-Indigenous authors.

Mary Hasbah Roessel, MD is a Navajo psychiatrist who has spent her career working within Indigenous communities in Alaska, Canada and the Four Corners of the USA. Dr. Roessel will share from her chapter in Groundswell entitled, “Essential Elements for Change”; as well as incorporate Indigenous Wisdom and spirituality through sharing contributions from the seven Indigenous authors.

The book will be available for purchase for $39 at the lecture and is available at the


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