Exploring Wabanaki Maine History
This two-hour workshop involves participants in “experiencing” events over 450 years of history. Participants take a bit of a risk – to experience themselves, one another, and this place differently. Local community members will be reading to the group. Carla Hunt and M Therese Duffy will be leading the program. The Friends of the South Berwick Public Library are sponsoring the program which is open to all.
Teens are encouraged to attend. The two hour format and content of the program may not be appropriate for younger folk.
Maine-Wabanaki REACH is a cross-cultural collaborative of Wabanaki and non-Native people. Wabanaki are the Indigenous people of Maine. REACH promotes decolonization by advancing the health, wellness, and self-determination of Wabanaki people.
REACH works in Maine communities educating, providing tools, and cultivating partnerships toward the goal of decolonizing our communities and institutions through understanding the truth of what happened in this land and taking actions to repair harms.
For more information call the library at 207-384-3308.
If you miss this one, this event is also being offered in Kittery, Maine, November 2nd at Traip Academy. For more informaton about this event visit the facebook page of Kittery Advocates for All (https://www.facebook.com/KitteryLove/ or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.