Henry Jake Foreman: “Changing Tides in Indigenous Arts and Community–Indigenous Models for Entrepreneurial Development
August 12, 2018
This talk is part of the educational programming related to People Powered: New Mexicans and Social Movements.
The fourth in our People-Powered (New Mexicans in Social Movements) Series features Henry Jake Foreman. Henry Foreman uses traditional, Indigenous models of knowledge production along with contemporary practices. He is the founder of the Karuna Colectiva that mentors youth in Albuquerque. Indigenous methodologies and epistemologies guide his philosophical and research approaches to working with youth and communities to promote the health of our biosphere. He recently graduated with his Masters from the UNM Community and Regional Planning program. Since graduating he has successfully completed his teacher licensure program, the Native Entrepreneur in Residence Program, through New Mexico Community Capital.