Reanimating Storywork: Indigenous Elders’ Reflections on Leadership by John O’Leary (Sahnbadis)

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Scholarly level: 
Graduate student (Masters)
Date created: 
2011
Keywords: 
Leadership
Elders
Oral tradition
Spirituality
Sobriety
UBC First Nations House of Learning
Religion
Wabanaki
Lakota Sundance
Traditional Red Blanket Man
Pawnee
Sweatlodge
Indigenous worldviews
Miqmac
Interview
Abstract: 

Wabanaki Elder John O'Leary (Sahnbadis) discusses his views on spirituality and how his life experiences have shaped these views. He explores his roles as Traditional Red Blanket Man in the Lakota Sundance, and focuses on how spirituality creates and informs leadership.

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English
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John O’Leary (Sahnbadis)
Contributor: 
Alannah Young-Leon
SFU Indigenous Student Centre
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