Dr. Mark Standing Eagle Baez Presents on Healing During Indigenous Peoples Day

Bemidji State University’s American Indian Resource Center held a full day of activities to recognize Indigenous Peoples and Treaty Day on Oct. 11.

Dr. Mark Standing Eagle Baez, assistant professor of psychology, presented his research titled “Indigenous Healing: Looking Back and Moving Forward with Tradition” twice throughout the day, once at 9 a.m. and again at 12 p.m. for the campus community.

The AIRC at Bemidji State University is a place for students to learn and gather in the rich culture and tradition of the Anishinaabe people throughout the Bemidji area and around the world. The AIRC supports American Indian students at BSU by connecting them with local resources, people and opportunities to enrich their professional and personal lives.