In this 2-hour educational experience, participants explore the differences between the worldview and culture of indigenous peoples and settlers (and their descendants). Using historical and present-day examples, participants will examine the deliberate strategies of colonization and resulting impacts on indigenous people, land, and culture, including the domination culture that maintains systemic racism and oppression.
This program is intended to serve as a safe space for participants to join with peers and identify strategies to support healing in relation to each other and to the land.
This event is open to the public - Space is limited and registration is required.
We request a $15.00 donation. Please contact us if you do not have the financial ability to contribute.