Learning of our own history and heritage is one of most important things members of the Non-Native communities can do.”
Over 2,000 people across the state have been engaged in REACH’s educational presentations. These presentations provide an opportunity for non-native people to learn about the shared history between native and non-native people, the present day impacts on Wabanaki communities and what actions we can take in response to harms that have been done.
Faith communities, workplaces, schools, and community groups and organizations are coming forth to learn, understand and acknowledge this collectively shared truth.
See below for upcoming REACH Presentations