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SPEAKERS:
REV. ALVIN DEER is a clergy member of the Oklahoma Indian Missionary Conference, and a former Executive Director of NAIC. He wrote the 1996 Methodist Apology for the Sand Creek Massacre and has advocated for healing and reconciliation throughout his ministry.

REV. CAROL LAKOTA EASTIN
is a clergy member of the Illinois Great Rivers Conference whose ministry has focused on healing relationships with indigenous people and is a contributing author to Women with 2020 Vision which explores the political influence of Native American Women.

REV. DR. DANIEL HAWK is Professor of Old Testament and Hebrew at Ashland Theological Seminary, a clergy member of the East Ohio Conference and the author of Joshua in 3-D: A Commentary on Biblical Conquest and Manifest Destiny, as well as shorter works that explore the parallels between the biblical and American conquest narratives.
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