Jenna Mae is a community herbalist, gardener, poet, parent, and ethnographer of Eastern Siouan, Mvskoke, and Cherokee descent. She holds a bachelor's in anthropology from the University of New Orleans, a certificate in sustainable rrban agriculture from the Southern University Ag Center, and is a graduate of the Terra Sylva School of Botanical Medicine. She is a founding member of the Bvlbancha Collective, and the Okla Hina Ikhish Holo network of Gulf South Indigenous gardeners. She lives within and serves intertribal community in Bvlbancha (Chahta name for so-called "New Orleans").
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- SEM02. Original Principles of Right Relationship & Indigenous Peoples
September 15, 2022
8:00 AM - Noon