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White Bison , Inc.
6145 Lehman Drive Suite 200
White Bison, Inc., is an American Indian non profit organization based in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Through White Bison, it's Founder and President Don Coyhis, Mohican Nation, has offered healing resources to Native America since 1988. White Bison offer
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Board of Advisors
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Don L. Coyhis
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The Native Circle â€“ TheSeattleNativeCircle Archive
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IWRI Lecture Series talk with Don Coyhis President of the White Bison
IWRI Speaker Series - Don Coyhis 2
Time Thursday, February 24 · 6:30pm - 8:30pm Location Kane Hall, UW campus Seatle, WA More Info Intergenerational Trauma and the Healing Forest First the individual must heal, then the family can begin healing; then the community can start to heal; and then the nation can heal.
will introduce the concept of Wellbriety
Don Coyhis | Alberta Family Wellness Initiative
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Don Coyhis is a member of the Mohican Nation from the Stockbridge Munsee Reservation in Wisconsin.
currently lives in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
He is the founder and president of White Bison, Inc., an American Indian non-profit corporation that has the following vision: 100 Native American communities in healing by the year 2010.
Ancient Ways of Knowing
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First Nations and American Indian presenters included Cindy Smith-Mala, Dakota, Executive Director of the North Dakota Indian Affairs Committee; Paul Ortega, Mescalero Apache, traditional medicine man and Indian artist; Jane Day Chief, Blackfoot Confederacy of the Blood Tribe, a medicine woman and spiritual leader of the sacred Buffalo Women's Society; Daniel Freeland, Navajo, uses healing approaches as a means of prevention and intervention in developing healthy communities; Sequoyah Trueblood, Oklahoma Choctaw, serves people through ritual and ceremony and his knowledge of plant medicine; Lois Frank, Blackfoot, professor of Native Studies at University of Lethbridge, Canada; Bessa Blondin, Dene, traditional medicine woman from Yellowknife; Don Coyhis, Mohegan, President of White Bison; and Dr. Dan Foster, Southern Cheyenne, Psychologist with Indian Health Services.
Don Coyhis, a member of the ...
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Don Coyhis, a member of the Mohican Nation, was a senior executive at Digital Equipment Corporation for 14 years when he left to reconnect with traditional values and find more effective and culturally sensitive principles to guide business.
He discovered many teachings of wisdomfrom various Indian tribes.