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Art Shegonee

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Nonviolent Crisis Intervention for the National Crisis Prevention Institute , Inc.

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Nonviolent Crisis Intervention for the National Crisis Prevention Institute , Inc.

Background Information

Employment History

Native American Ambassador

Peace Drum & Dance Company

Affirmative Action Consultant

Tellurian UCAN Inc

Affiliations

Founder
Call for Peace

Member
Greater Madison Leadership

Member
Menominee

Member of the Citizen Ad Hoc Committee On Community Race and Ethnic Relations
EOC

Web References (74 Total References)


Call for Peace Administration and Staff

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Art Shegonee: Ambassador Shegonee co-founded Call for Peace Drum & Dance Company in 1990 and has served as its Ambassador since then. Shegonee was also instrumental in developing the Call for Peace Talking Stick/Talking Circle program that has been presented at schools, community centers and organizations throughout the Midwest. Additionally, he is a Native American ambassador to Wisconsin Indian Summer and is a traditional dancer in pow-wows throughout Wisconsin. Shegonee has served as the Affirmative Action consultant for Tellurian UCAN, and as director of the former Native American Resource Center. He is also a certified instructor of Nonviolent Crisis Intervention for the National Crisis Prevention Institute, Inc., a former member of the EOC Citizen Ad Hoc Committee on community race and ethnic relations and a member of the Greater Madison Leadership (LGM). He has been a cultural consultant, teacher and presenter at over 300 schools throughout Wisconsin and neighboring states.


Art Shegonee

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Art Shegonee: Native American

Shegonee is a Native American ambassador to Wisconsin Indian Summer and Call for Peace Drum & Dance Company. He is a member of the Menominee and Potowatomi tribes in Wisconsin, and his name is Canasa (Little Golden Eagle). As a member of the wolf clan, he is a traditional dancer in pow-wows throughout Wisconsin. He has performed as lead dancer for the Native American Music award-winning (NAMMY) Native American Contemporary Brulé, as head male dancer for the University of Wisconsin-Madison pow-wow, as well as with folk singer Bill Miller and musician Michael Jacobs. Shegonee has served as the Affirmative Action consultant for Tellurian UCAN, and as director of the former Native American Resource Center. He is also a certified instructor of Nonviolent Crisis Intervention for the National Crisis Prevention Institute, Inc., a former member of the EOC Citizen Ad Hoc Committee on community race and ethnic relations and a member of the Greater Madison Leadership (LGM). Shegonee has also acted in several film productions, including Rush for Grey Gold .Honored for his continued commitment to Native American education, in 1995 the Wisconsin Historical Society honored Shegonee by including his image in their permanent exhibit, "People of the Woodlands: Wisconsin Indian Ways," examining the history of Native American culture. He has been a cultural consultant, teacher and presenter at over 300 schools throughout Wisconsin and neighboring states. Shegonee joined Call for Peace as a founding member and lead male traditional Native American dancer in 1990.


Interfaith Teleprayer

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Art Shegonee, member of the Menominee and Potowatomi tribes in Wisconsin


Interfaith Teleprayer

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Art Shegonee, member of the Menominee and Potowatomi tribes in Wisconsin


Water Walk | Life After Hate

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Menominee dancer Art Shegonee was dressed to dance but instead bestowed the gift of eagle feathers to a friend of his, Grandmother, and Grandmother's son, Gabriel.

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Art Shegonee danced to the songs, as did several others, and it added another whole dimension to the morning's blessings and activities.

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