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Special Event – Field Trip to Squaxin Island Museum – with Learning Right Relations – Indians of the Pacific Northwest

November 7 @ 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

“Spirit Journey” Jody Bergsma’s artwork graced the 1,400 Paddle to Nisqually blankets donated by Learning Right Relations. The Nisqually Tribe used the blankets as give-aways during the 2016 Canoe Journey.

The greater interfaith community of South Puget Sound is invited to join the continuing search for appropriate expressions of right relationships with the original people of the Salish Sea.

Special Event – Field Trip to Squaxin Island Museum:

November 7; 1 – 4 pm

For carpooling, meet in the First United Methodist Church of Olympia parking lot, 1224 Legion Way SE, Olympia, WA 98501.

The visit to the Squaxin Island Museum is $3.

 

 

 

“Eagle in the Mist,” Embossed screenprint, 1981 by Marvin Oliver, Quinault Tribe, Isleta Pueblo In the Spirit Exhibit, 2017, Tacoma Art Museum

LRR Class Contributors (partial list):

Willy Frank (III): Nisqually Tribal Council Member, Nisqually fisherman, son of Billy Frank Jr.,

Cynthia Iyall: descendent of Chief Leschi’s family, former Nisqually Tribal Council Chair, and major contributor to Leschi’s “exoneration of murder.”

Gordon James: Director of Education for the Squaxin Island Tribe, former Tribal Council Chairman of that Skokomish Tribe, and principal teacher of the Government-To-Government Class offered by the Governor’s Office of Indian Affairs.

Kyle Taylor Lucas: member Tulalip Tribes, an Olympia area leader of actions for social justice and peace, former tribal liaison for DNR and Executive Director of Governor’s Office of Indian Affairs.

Laura Lynn, PhD, trainer, and Joan Banker, administrator, staff of the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI), Office of Indian Education – coordinators of the curriculum initiative called Since Time Immemorial (STI).

Hanford McCloud: Leschi Heritage Foundation Executive Director and coordinator of the Nisqually Canoe Family

Johnny Moses: Honored master storyteller, descendant of the Steh-Chass people who lived in the Steh-Chass River basin (Deschutes River).

Elizabeth Satiacum: a treasured contributor to LRR classes, member of the Quileute Tribe, is a versatile school teacher and provides vital support on-, and off-, air to Tribal Talk Radio. She is also one of the leaders of Tribal-led gatherings to protect Mother Earth.

Robert Satiacum: a treasured contributor to LRR classes, is a spiritual leader from the Puyallup Tribe, whose strong voice can be heard as the host of Tribal Talk Radio, Station KLAY, 1180 AM, Thursdays from noon to 1 PM.

Register at the Learning Right Relations website: LearningRightRelations.org

*$5 is respectfully requested per session to assure that all LRR expenses are covered. A collection box is available during the break.

Fees are based upon individual’s ability to pay.*

Other special events will be posted at the LRR website: LearningRightRelations.org

See the flyer for this series of events here. (PDF format)

Details

Date:
November 7
Time:
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Organizer

Learning Right Relations
Website:
http://learningrightrelations.org/

Venue

First United Methodist Church of Olympia
1224 Legion Way SE
Olympia, WA 98501 United States
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