Land, Language and Family: Foundations of Children’s Success
August 27, 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Heard Museum, Phoenix
The inaugural Tribal Connections event will present this year’s theme of Land, Language and Family: Foundations of Children’s Success. Take a journey through the world-renowned Heard Museum, reflecting on the role of the land, language and family in giving native children the foundation upon which to build their success.
At each stop along the way, participants will become both student and teacher, as they are invited to answer questions and share their experience or perspectives in working with children and families living on tribal lands.
Ideal for program staff, managers and policymakers who work in partnership with tribes. Space is limited, so register today! The cost is $20 per attendee with no onsite registration.
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Event location and transportation:
2301 N. Central Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85004
(approximately 2 miles from Summit)
Individuals must have their own transportation to and from the Heard Museum and no onsite registration permitted. The Valley Metro is available for a small fee; schedule and fee information can be found here.