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University of Victoria
He worked with Jennifer Case Nevarez, Community Learning Network, to facilitate Hoghan Dialogues and develop TDK Learning Community. He facilitated learning immersion programs with students from Fordham University, Villanova University, Stonehill College, Iona Collage, Saint Thomas College, San Jose State College, Saint Patrick Saint Vincent High School, Bishop Eustace High School, and more. He facilitated Hoghan Dialogues with small community and family groups, as well as GTC "Generating Transformational Change" Leadership Training Program, the Morikawa Family and members of the New River Valley Community Foundation, and Marlin Garret and the Garret Family.
He worked with Carol Robinson-Zanartu, in support of the Native American Scholars and Collaborators Program, University of San Diego. PHOTO and BIO link.
He worked with Jeanette Hartman to support UNM students in the environmental justice and arts program.
He worked with Michael Thompson to support students at San Juan Community College.
He worked with the students at the University of Victoria.
He worked with students at the University of Illinois.
He worked with Tina Deschenie, Gavin Sosa, parents, students, faculty and founders of Dream Dine Charter School.
He worked with Herbert Benally and programs at Dine College.
He worked with Graham Biyáál and the Northern Navajo Youth Council.
He worked with the Navajo Peace Makers program.
He was Chair of the Indian Education Advisory Council to the Governor of New Mexico and stewarded the writing and legislative approval of the Indian Education Act for the State of New Mexico.
He was a Whisenton Public Scholar through a collaboration between the Charles F. Kettering Foundation and JOffre T. Whisenton and Associates. He contributed to the national discourse on Participatory Democracy. Larry was a part of the 2007-2009 Cohort. " His wisdom and knowledge added greatly to our meetings and learning together." In 2015 he participated in the Whisenton Public Scholars Conference. The proceeding can be found here: https://www.kettering.org/catalog/product/connecting-higher-ed. A copy of the conference program will be posted later and contains photos and some of his reflections on the program. Program coordinator, Ellen Knutson Portland, OR (though the Kettering Foundation is based in Dayton, OH)
He worked with the Native Students at UNM focused on Indigenous Research.
He worked with the Navajo Food Sovereignty Alliance.
He worked with Joe Neidhardt to facilitate a Climate Change Hoghan Dialogue and participate in the making of a film and publishing of the book Groundswell Indigneous Wisdom and the Moral Revolution for Climate Change.
He was a Community Leader for the Global Dialogue organized by Jennifer Nevarez, Elisa Sabatini, and Andy Morikawa and hosted by Via International, the University of San Diego, and Virginia Tech.
He explored and implemented Mediated Learning techniques with the internationally acclaimed, Israeli psychologist and educator Reuven Feurstein who wrote What Learning Looks Like and Beyond Smarter: Mediated Learning and the Brain's Capacity for Change
He was a board member of the National Indian Youth Leadership Project.
He was interviewed on 21st Century Native Leaders. Listen to the interview here.
His PHD dissertation work was titled “‘Hozho Nahazdlii’: Towards a Practice of Diné Decolonization.”