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The Power of Healing: Closing the Dark Chapters and Moving On

Broadcast on January 18, 2022
With Jordan Dresser
Hosted by Lisa Bonnice

Filmmaker Jordan Dresser shares that trauma inflicted on children in the past stays with their descendants up to the present day. He explores generational trauma, and the importance of removing emotional and spiritual blocks in order to heal the past.

In this summit session with Jordan, you’ll discover:

  • When you heal, you reclaim pieces of yourself and become whole again
  • Releasing trauma helps you to move forward
  • The importance of sharing your stories of trauma


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Jordan Dresser

Chairman of the Northern Arapaho Business Council

Filmmaker Jordan Dresser is a member of the Northern Arapaho Tribe, located on the Wind River Indian Reservation in central Wyoming. He has worked as a reporter for the Lincoln Journal Star, the Salt Lake Tribune, and the Denver Post. Jordan is chairman of the Northern Arapaho Business Council.

Questions of who owns tribal artifacts, and the role tribal members play in making those decisions, prompted Jordan to leave Wind River and enroll in a museum studies graduate program at University of San Francisco. In 2016, he co-produced the documentary What Was Ours, which documented the reclamation of tribal artifacts. His second film The Art of Home: a Wind River Story, aired on PBS. His most recent film, Home from School: The Children of Carlisle, also aired on PBS, is now available to stream online, and won The Better Angels/Lavine Fellowship as part of the Library of Congress Lavine/Ken Burns Prize for Film.

Jordan Dresser