Indigenous Boston 2020:400 Years of Resilience
Dr.Dawn Karima takes a moment to have a conversation with
Daniel Strongwalker Thomas, Chief of the Global Initiative for Indigenous Advancement, about 1620-2020: 400 Years of Eastern Woodland Resilience
Dr. Dawn Karima is a two time Global Music Award Winner, a Native American Music Award Winner and an Indigenous Artist Activist Award Winner! This Media Personality and Spiritual Inspiration is also an Indigenous Music Award nominee, who hosts an Award Winning radio talk show, A CONVERSATION WITH DAWN KARIMA. She has two award-winning CDs, THE DESIRE OF NATIONS and THE STARS OF HEAVEN. She is the author of WHAT TO DO IF YOU DON’T KNOW WHAT TO DO and the Co-author of CHILDREN LEARN WHAT THEY READ, a book about multiculturalism in children’s literature.
Her book THE MARRIAGE OF SAINTS is a volume in the University of Oklahoma’s American Indian Studies Series and a Finalist for the New Mexico Book Award!. Dr. Karima is a Harvard grad, a Spiritual & Media Entrepreneur who directs a 501c3 non-profit too!