January 18

From Standing Rock to Ramapough-Lenape Nation

From Standing Rock to Ramapough-Lenape Nation

Please join our conversation

Date: Friday, January 20th

Time: 7:30pm

Where: Threefold Café

285 Hungry Hollow Road, Chestnut Ridge, NY  10977

Speakers:

Scott Dunn (Director of Nature Place Day Camp) The experience with the water protectors at The Oceti Sakowin camp in North Dakota. He will talk about the different people who chose to gather there, the organization, teaching, actions and prayers that he took part in.

Reverend Janet Weber (Cross-cultural/Interfaith Minister, Indigenous Elders Assistant & Advocate, working with Lakota, Cheyenne & Ramapough-Lenape) “Sacred Activism: Standing Rock to Ramapo–the frontline comes home” Information about the Water Walk for Life and the Ramapo Split Rock camp. Bringing the spiritual together with activism.

Chuck Stead (Doctor of Environmental Studies, Adjunct Professor Ramapo College, Senior Program Assistant Town of Ramapo, Storyteller) “Traditional Knowledge in the 21st Century” – the role that traditional native pathways plays in dealing with a society addicted to commodification.


Posted January 18, 2017 by ndiamond in category Current Events

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