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The Social Life of Natural Foods with Diasie Sammy-Christopher

Diasie Sammy-Christopher, a Health Arts and Sciences student, explains the ways we can come to understand food and “what extend we are manipulated by external sources.” Here’s her comments on engaging in the social life of natural foods. These videos … Continue reading

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“It Was As If I Came Home”: Diasie Sammy-Christopher on Finding Support and Homecoming at Goddard

Listen to Diasie Sammy-Christopher talk about “….getting to Vermont without knowing anyone, and I felt like I was home.” These videos are part of a series done by videographer Alexander Love. Learn more about his work here. Diasie Sammy-Christopher – … Continue reading

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Goddard Gives You a Voice: Diasie Sammy-Christopher

“I came here thinking an academic course, and what I found was a poetic voice, an internal voice where my story, my experience, my perspective seemed more important than what someone else said,” explains Diasie Sammy-Christopher, who talks here about … Continue reading

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Low-Residency Worked Well for Me as An International Student: Diasie Sammy-Christopher

Diasie Sammy-Christopher, who lives in Trinidad and Topago, explains how the low-residency program worked very well for her as an international student, who could travel here on a visitor’s visa without disrupting her work or family life. Listen to her … Continue reading

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Graduating Student Workshops at the Fall 2016 Residency

Decolonizing Indigenous Education, with IMA graduating student Clay River. A demonstration of using cultural arts and performance art as a teaching tool to decolonize education. Demonstrating the use of traditional art forms alongside modern performance styles to dismantle and redefine … Continue reading

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