LYBERTH Arctic Visiting Speaker Tours
If you have any questions regarding these tours, please contact email@example.com.
Showing speaker tours.
In September, Angaangaq Lyberth visited Montpelier, VT. Angaangaq was hosted by the non-profit organization EarthWalk Vermont. Lyberth gave workshops at various public venues and a special presentation at EarthWalk, a nonprofit community promoting nature education.
Angaangaq Lyberth visited Montpelier in 2007, and spoke to the Montpelier Community Justice Center on the "Use of Circles" in conflict resolution. Since his last visit, many people have asked for his return especially those who were not able to attend his previous workshops. Thus, Lyberth is visiting Montpelier again to sew into the lives of the families in the EarthWalk community, with traditional teachings, songs and stories from the Arctic region.
Angaangaq Lyberth is a Native of Greenland and a resident of Canada, and is fondly known as "Uncle" to his acquaintances and friends, clearly understands the effects of climate change and globalization on the northern regions. In this time, when our lives are divided between the global community and our traditional ties with nature, Lyberth provides a wealth of valuable insight that has been passed through the generations of elders in his community. He aims to help young people and their families become effective members of our contemporary society and maintain traditional unity the environment around us. Uncle has addressed audiences in more than 40 countries on a wide range of issues, including the impact of climate change on the indigenous peoples of the arctic region.
In November 2007 Angaangaq Lyberth or "Uncle" as he is known traveled to Montpelier, Vermont. While there Uncle delivered a talk at the Montpelier Community Justice Center on the "Use of Circles" in conflict resolution. He also addressed the public about lessons he had learned about the changing world and offered wisdom imparted by the Elders of his community during several events over two days. These events included a public lecture the evening of November 29th at the library in Montpelier, an intensive community workshop all day on November 30th, and a community family night the evening of November 30th. He also performed a Sunrise/water ceremony on the morning of December 1, 2007.
Angaangaq Lyberth is a Kalaallit Inuk, a carrier of the traditional Qilaut-drum, and an Angakkuq-Shaman, whose family belongs to a long line of Traditional Healers from the west coast of Greenland. His name, Angaangaq, means "The Man Who Looks Like His Uncle."
Angaangaq, or "Uncle" as he is known around the Globe, has addressed audiences in more than 40 countries on a wide range of issues, including the impact of climate change on the indigenous peoples of the arctic region. He conveys his message through a combination of storytelling, song and drumming, and dialogue with program participants. Angaangaq is also a skilled mediator and facilitator, helping resolve intra-familial and tribal/community disputes through the use of talking circles.