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A Frank Discussion about American Indian Boarding Schools, Christianity, and Their Legacies – Open to the Public

November 1, 2021 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

This panel, led by three American Indian leaders, will address the legacies of Christianity and the boarding schools, and how healing in American Indian communities can be supported and reform brought to Christianity and the historical narrative of the development of the U.S. We will also explore the implications of these legacies for TCU.

 Brown-Lupton University Union – BLUU, BLUU Auditorium
2901 Stadium Drive, Fort Worth, TX 76109

Chebon Kernell (Seminole) is a leader of a Muscogee/Creek ceremonial grounds and Executive Director, Native American Comprehensive Plan, The United Methodist Church. He is a member of TCU’s Native American Advisory Circle.

Jodi Voice Yellowfish (Muscogee/Creek, Oglala Lakota, and Cherokee) is Chair of MMIW TX Rematriate (Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women), a board member for Dallas Truth, Racial Healing, and Transformation, and organizes with Our City Our Future.

Annette Anderson (Chickasaw and Cherokee) is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and a member of the Council for the Indigenous Institute of the Americas, located in Plano, TX. She is a member of TCU’s Native American Advisory Circle.


November 1, 2021
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm


Texas Christian University
2901 S. University Drive
Ft. Worth, TX 76129 United States
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