Samantha Doxtator

Indigenous Astronomy: As told by the Haudenosaunee
Filling Your Spirit with Stardust and Astronomical Knowledge

Presented by Samantha Doxtator, Haudenosaunee, Oneida - Wolf Clan

Tuesday March 5th, 2024
6:30pm - 8:30pm EST


The intentions surrounding this presentation are to share how connected we are to the Cosmos, and to help heal Indigenous oppression with Astronomical Knowledge and Original Ways of Knowing. EVERYONE IS WELCOME TO JOIN!

Samantha is a Personal Development Consultant who specializes in teaching life and employability skills that are grounded in traditional values. She has over 25 years of communication experience and uses this knowledge to help build bridges of new understandings.

Samantha was recently featured on a CBC News article about presenting Indigenous Astronomy as told by the Haudenosaunee at the Hayden Planetarium at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. Read the article to learn more!

The intention with her work is to enhance original ways of knowing, and to nurture; intergenerational gifts, creativity, and innovation. She is thankful for this joinery of being a lifelong learner, researcher, teacher, and knowledge keeper.

Samantha has recently accepted the gift to continue the work and research on Indigenous Astronomy by her sister Sasha who passed away in July 2021. Sasha’s passion for infusion of Indigenous Knowledge in education will continue to be remembered.


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