1.jpgWabanaki REACH is a cross-cultural collaboration that successfully supported the Maine Wabanaki-State Child Welfare Truth and Reconciliation Commission.

REACH is implementing the Commission’s recommendations, focused on Wabanaki health, wellness and self-determination and community building.

REACH envisions and prepares for a future where Maine and Wabanaki people join together, acknowledging truth, promoting healing and creating change.



Black Lives Matter

The Wabanaki REACH Board of Directors unambiguously calls for the end of violence against Black people and we release this statement in support of the truth, healing, and change that is unfolding. In solidarity, Penthea, Alivia, Elise, Denise, Esther, Diane, and Tyler-Ann.

Click here for the REACH Board Statement: Black Lives Matter

Incorporating Indigenous Education Into Schools

by Meighan Strout

When I first heard of the Wabanaki REACH Map Activity I was beyond intrigued. I had always been interested in learning about Indigenous history and attempting to decolonize my education, so this activity sounded like a perfect way to do both.

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