The Iroquois system has lasted hundreds of years
Uploaded: 11 Apr, 2022
Recording Date: 11 Apr, 2022
Recording Location: South Africa, Canada, source:https://www.facebook.com/groups
Topical for: Timeless
Status: Complete, Ready to Air
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Program Title: WINGS#52-21Model Matriarchy
Description: Barbara Alice Mann describes the inner workings of a long-established North American matriarchal society, where women lead the arrangement of life, including festivals, collective decision-making, management of longhouses, food storage, marriages, childrearing, inheritance, rotating land use, agriculture, food storage, sharing, and gift-giving. And war and peace.
Host(s): Frieda Werden, Bernedette Muthien
Featured Speakers/Guests: Barbara Alice Mann, Ph.D., lives, teaches, researches, and writes in Ohio, the homeland of her Seneca ancestors for the last 1,500 years. She spoke in a virtual event titled Rematriation, held in parallel with the 2022 UN Commission on the Status of Women. The organizer and host of the event was Bernedette Muthien, a KhoeSan indigenous scholar and activist from South Africa. She introduced Dr. Mann
Credits: Video recording of live event, organized and hosted by Bernedette Muthien, and found here: https://www.facebook.com/bernedette.muthien/videos/372012621454071/
Editing for WINGS by Frieda Werden
Comments: Find unedited event video with all the images here: https://www.facebook.com/bernedette.muthien/videos/372012621454071/
Barbara Alice Mann has many publications.
Arts and Culture > Visual ArtsType: Weekly Program
Arts and Culture > Books and Literature
Regional > Africa
Society and Culture > Sexuality
Politics > Feminism
Created By BIPOC
Society and Culture > Childhood
Spirituality and Religion
Regional > United States
Environment > Agriculture
Regional > Canada
Society and Culture > Racism
Politics > First Nations
Society and Culture > Women
|Comments: Barbara Alice Mann, PhD, speaking in a Zoom video series titled Rematriation, organized and introduced by Bernedette Muthien.