Renee San Souci

Renee is a contributor to our series, Voices of the Platte. With a degree in education from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and being an Umoⁿhoⁿ woman and practitioner of traditional healing, Renee Sans Souci combines her life experiences with a learning process that helps learners to engage in their own cultural identities and languages. Renee has been a Teaching Artist with the Lied Center for Performing Arts since 2009. She has presented at numerous conferences and workshops on various topics related to Native Science, History of Indian Education, Native languages, Poetry, and Sustainability. Sans Souci presented, last year, at the National Portrait Gallery, Native American Women Activists: Resistance, Resilience, and Passing the Torch. And this year, she appeared in the PBS American Masters Series, UNLADYLIKE 2020: Susan LaFlesche Picotte: The First American Indian Doctor.

Renee's Work

A Reflection on Connecting to Mother Earth from an Urban Native Traditionalist Living in Lincoln Nebraska Recollection…  I remember the place where my grandparents lived on the then outskirts of Lincoln, Nebraska. Their address was 445 Adams St. Their home was a two-story farmhouse that sat on the corner of two gravel roads just a […]