Jim Dumont ging in 2000 met pensioen als Professor of Native studies van de Laurentian University in Sudbury. Tegenwoordig geeft hij les bij het Indigenous Masters Program van het Seven Generations Institute.
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Onaubinisay at the 2018 Parliament of the World's ReligionsOnaubinisay (Jim Dumont) gives the keynote address at the 2018 Parliament of the Worlds Religions in Toronto. He reflects on Creation, the nature of Spirit and our role in appeciating and living this beautiful life.
Jim Dumont - After the Fourth Prophecy -- Finding a Way Back to Traditional WaysJim Dumont is Onaubinisay (Walks Above the Ground), an Ojibway-Anishinabe of the Waubezhayshee (Marten) Clan. Since 1970, he has pursued the cultural and spiritual roots of the traditional Anishinabe Way of Life. He retired in 2000 as Professor of Native Studies at the University of Sudbury of Laurentian University. Today, Jim teaches in the Indigenous Masters Program with the Seven Generations Institute.
Steve Wilhelm recently retired from his 34-year career as a journalist, writing mainly about aerospace, advanced manufacturing and international trade. Steve has taught meditation and Buddhism through Eastside Insight Meditation since 2000. He also edits Northwest Dharma News and serves on the board of the Tibetan Nuns Project. He has a master’s degree in journalism from the University of Colorado.
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