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Main Topic
Our World
Topic
Our World: North America
Title

American Indian Values for the 21st Century

Speaker

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Description

This presentation provides an in-depth analysis of the world view of American Indian people, along with a comparison of both the American Indian values system and that of the Euro-American. This presentation includes the values of spirituality and religion, time, nature, sharing and acquisition, work, cooperation and competition, teaching and learning, acceptance of change, religion, aging, power and recognition and law.

Age Group
All Ages

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