Mark Charles is a dynamic and thought-provoking Native American public speaker. The son of an American woman (of Dutch heritage) and a Navajo man, Mark seeks to understand the complexities of American history regarding race, culture, and faith in order to help forge a path of healing and reconciliation for the nation. Mark also speaks with insight into issues regarding Native Americans, the Church, and the nation.
Mark is available for keynote speeches, plenary addresses, graduation speeches, workshops, seminars, and church preaching.
Below are some sample topics that Mark can speak on, and he can speak on any other topic discussed in this website.
WORKSHOP & SEMINAR TOPICS
- Immigration Reform
- the 2010 Apology to Native Americans
- a new proposal called 51st virtual Native American state
- A Native perspective on current events
Mark is a graduate of UCLA, BA History. He has been a pastor and a preacher within the Native American community since 2000. He and his family live in the town of Fort Defiance, AZ on the Navajo reservation.