Events

“The best things about today were the love connections, the history and the hope” 

 

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REACH believes in the value of education to bring about truth, healing and change and we are committed to collaborating with other groups, organizations and individuals who share our vision.

If you would like to bring an REACH Workshop or REACH Educational Presentation to your community, please contact Maine Organizer, Barbara Kates.

See the calendar of events below that includes REACH and other organizations that are hosting informative events across Maine.

 

  • Wednesday, April 24, 2019 at 06:00 PM

    Exploring Wabanaki Maine History - Wells

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    Maine Wabanaki-REACH invites you to an interactive story-telling experience. We will learn about events in the colonizing history of Wabanaki people (the Indigenous people of Maine) and Europeans and their descendants.

    This is a participatory program appropriate for adults and teens. Our goal is to increase our understanding of colonization.

    To register: sign up below. Registrations help us with planning. Please include your contact info for us to keep you apprised of updates or changes.

    This event is co-sponsored by Wells National Estuarine Research Reserve and Brick Store Museum and is free and open to the public. Contributions supporting Maine-Wabanaki REACH's ongoing work in Native and Maine Communities are welcomed. Please visit: http://www.mainewabanakireach.org/donate

    For more information, contact Barbara Kates at Barbara@mainewabanakireach.org  or at 207-951-4874

     

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  • Saturday, April 27, 2019 at 09:30 AM
    To Be Announced in Sanford, ME

    REACH Day Workshop - Sanford

    Maine-Wabanaki REACH workshops have been well received across the state with over 800 Mainers participating. Maine and Wabanaki people are at an historical juncture in their long relationship.

    This workshop is an opportunity for non-Native people to reflect on our shared history and future with Native people. It includes a brief look at the colonizing history of US and Maine relationships with Native people; awareness of white privilege; an introduction to decolonization of our organizations and institutions.

    REACH welcomes and appreciates donations supporting our ongoing work. Please visit our donation page: http://www.mainewabanakireach.org/donate

    Workshop space is limited and registration is required.

    For questions contact, Barbara Kates, mailto:Barbara@mainewabanakireach.org,  Phone 951-4874.

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  • Saturday, May 11, 2019 at 09:30 AM
    To Be Announced Upon RSVP in Belfast, ME

    REACH Day Workshop - Belfast

    Maine-Wabanaki REACH workshops have been well received across the state with over 800 Mainers participating. Maine and Wabanaki people are at an historical juncture in their long relationship.

    This workshop is an opportunity for non-Native people to reflect on our shared history and future with Native people. It includes a brief look at the colonizing history of US and Maine relationships with Native people; awareness of white privilege; an introduction to decolonization of our organizations and institutions.

    REACH welcomes and appreciates donations supporting our ongoing work. Please visit our donation page: http://www.mainewabanakireach.org/donate

    Workshop space is limited and registration is required.

    For questions contact, Barbara Kates, mailto:Barbara@mainewabanakireach.org,  Phone 951-4874.

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  • Thursday, May 30, 2019 at 12:30 PM

    Exploring Wabanaki Maine History - Orono

    In conjunction with the Maine Statehood and Bicentennial Conference, Maine Wabanaki-REACH, invites you to an interactive story-telling experience.

    We will learn about events in the colonizing history of Wabanaki people (the Indigenous people of Maine) and Europeans and their descendants.

    This is a participatory program appropriate for adults and teens. Our goal is to increase our understanding of colonization.

    With space being limited, reservations are recommended. To register sign up below. Please include your contact info for us to keep you apprised of updates or changes.

    This even is free and open to the public and is co-sponsored by the Friends (Quaker) Committee on Maine Public Policy and the Episcopal Committee on Indian Relations.

    For the full Maine Statehood and Bicentennial Conference Program & Schedule visit UMaine website at: https://umaine.edu/mhc/me-bicentennial/program/

    Contributions supporting Maine-Wabanaki REACH's ongoing work in Native and Maine Communities are welcomed. Please visit: http://www.mainewabanakireach.org/donate

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