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The Power of Poetry

January 07, 2022

The Dawnland Signals show for December was such a special treat. We had a wonderful virtual visit with poets Mihku Paul and Penthea Burns, discussing how they came to write poems and how they use poetry to build community. For this month’s blog post,...

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The Importance of Education and Trust Building for Wabanaki Self-Governance

December 02, 2021

This month’s blog features a contribution earlier this year to The Maine Policy Review by Wabanaki REACH Team member Katie Tomer  Katie Tomer, part Penobscot and Maliseet, has co-facilitated Native healing circles in Maine’s prisons for over four years through Wabanaki REACH. She works...

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Beyond the Claims— Stories from the Land + the Heart

November 04, 2021

by Kate Russell | Project Coordinator, Wabanaki REACH It’s through a dynamic emergent process of confrontation with the truth that solutions arise. Trauma involves a lifelong pushing down— a tremendous expenditure of energy– into not feeling the pain. As we heal, that same energy...

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