“Walk With Me Among My Homelands: Hear the Echoes of My Ancestors,” Janice Rice
Janice Rice, Ho-Chunk Nation tribal member, invites the congregation to listen and envision a walk amidst the beauty of her ancestral homelands. Learn about the values and teachings of her elders as she shares spiritual experiences from lands and waters of our region. After a long and distinguished 36 year career, Janice Rice retired from College … Continued
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