WITNESS TO INJUSTICE: UNRAVELING HISTORIC NATIVE & U.S. RELATIONS

This interactive group exercise is a 1 ½ hour teaching tool that raises awareness of the history of the relationship between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples in the part of the world now known as the United States.

When: Thursday October 26th

  • Session #1 begins at 5:00 pm
  • Session #2 begins at 7:00 pm

Where: Sadler Hall Main Lounge

Cost:  Free.  Funded through the Renée Crown Honors Program

Please sign up using the following link (space is limited): tinyurl.com/witnesstoinjustice

Through the use of meaningful quotes, and blankets that represent part of Turtle Island (the Western Hemisphere), we explore this shared history that most people rarely learn in traditional settings. We engage in a conversation about the European colonization of Turtle Island in order to deepen our understanding of the denial of Indigenous peoples’ nationhood throughout U.S. History.

Poster depicting values of the two row wampam