Don't Say That Ish: A Guide to Proper Workplace Etiquette

The Indigenous Story

October 28, 2020 Eula Maposa Episode 6
Don't Say That Ish: A Guide to Proper Workplace Etiquette
The Indigenous Story
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Don't Say That Ish: A Guide to Proper Workplace Etiquette
The Indigenous Story
Oct 28, 2020 Episode 6
Eula Maposa

Many times when the conversation about diversity, equity and inclusion is taking place in regards to race, the focus is normally geared towards blacks, Hispanics and Asians. Many times, Native Americans are completely left out of the conversation. I have wondered why that is. Plus, many people in my circle that I have asked about what they know about the indigenous people of the United States, most if not always I get, I don’t know much and honestly neither do I. 

Which is why I am very excited to have Chenae Bullock as my guest today, to educate and enlighten us and speak about her experience in corporate America as a Native America. 

Chenae is a member of Shinnecock Indian Nation and a descendant of the Moutauk tribe in Long Island, New York. She’s a historian,  activist and founder of Moskehtu Consulting.

This conversation with Chenae, it is such a loaded but very needed conversation. So I hope you guys are able to learn something new from this episode, I know that I certainly did. I am not the expert on this topics so this was a great starting point for me to go more in depth and research further about the Indigenous story. 

Want to do you own research? Here are some resources:
https://www.pbs.org/specials/native-american-heritage-month/
https://nativeamericanheritagemonth.gov/about/
http://www.ncai.org/initiatives/campaigns
https://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/thanksgiving-myth-and-what-we-should-be-teaching-kids-180973655/

Read more here:
https://jeremynative.com/onthissite/listing/shinnecock-indian-reservation/
https://www.wshu.org/post/preschoolers-may-be-key-reviving-shinnecock-language#stream/0

Connect with Chenae Bullock on instagram @Netooeusqua or https://www.moskehtuconsulting.com

Let's get social!

IG: dontsaythat_ish
Facebook: Don't Say That Ish
Linkedin: Don't Say That Ish
#dontsaythatish

Show Notes

Many times when the conversation about diversity, equity and inclusion is taking place in regards to race, the focus is normally geared towards blacks, Hispanics and Asians. Many times, Native Americans are completely left out of the conversation. I have wondered why that is. Plus, many people in my circle that I have asked about what they know about the indigenous people of the United States, most if not always I get, I don’t know much and honestly neither do I. 

Which is why I am very excited to have Chenae Bullock as my guest today, to educate and enlighten us and speak about her experience in corporate America as a Native America. 

Chenae is a member of Shinnecock Indian Nation and a descendant of the Moutauk tribe in Long Island, New York. She’s a historian,  activist and founder of Moskehtu Consulting.

This conversation with Chenae, it is such a loaded but very needed conversation. So I hope you guys are able to learn something new from this episode, I know that I certainly did. I am not the expert on this topics so this was a great starting point for me to go more in depth and research further about the Indigenous story. 

Want to do you own research? Here are some resources:
https://www.pbs.org/specials/native-american-heritage-month/
https://nativeamericanheritagemonth.gov/about/
http://www.ncai.org/initiatives/campaigns
https://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/thanksgiving-myth-and-what-we-should-be-teaching-kids-180973655/

Read more here:
https://jeremynative.com/onthissite/listing/shinnecock-indian-reservation/
https://www.wshu.org/post/preschoolers-may-be-key-reviving-shinnecock-language#stream/0

Connect with Chenae Bullock on instagram @Netooeusqua or https://www.moskehtuconsulting.com

Let's get social!

IG: dontsaythat_ish
Facebook: Don't Say That Ish
Linkedin: Don't Say That Ish
#dontsaythatish