Livestreamed on this page on Sunday 21 March 2021 at 10 a.m. PDT (San Francisco, UTC -7) / 12 p.m. CDT (Chicago, UTC -5) / 1 p.m. EDT (New York, UTC -4).
The Living Presence of Our History: Part III
Healing and reparations through the Land Back movement: a conversation on indigenous land tenure, stewardship, and access
Double Edge Theatre presented The Living Presence of Our History: Part III livestreaming on the global, commons-based, peer-produced HowlRound TV network at howlround.tv on Sunday 21 March 2021 at 10 a.m. PDT (San Francisco, UTC -7) / 12 p.m. CDT (Chicago, UTC -5) / 1 p.m. EDT (New York, UTC -4).
The forum is a continuation of conversations with Indigenous community members and allies regarding issues that we face today as Native peoples. The panel will delve into the importance of the Land Back movement. Dispossession, colonization, and lack of access to traditional lands have caused generations of harm, and the recent awareness of rematriation through the Land Back movement gaining traction.
Event Moderated by Rhonda Anderson, Ohketeau Co-Director
Opening by Larry Spotted Crow Mann, Ohketeau Co-Director
Ramona Peters, Native Land Conservancy
Kristen Wyman, Eastern Woodland Rematriation
Fred Freeman, Nipmuc Cultural Preservation
Stephanie Morningstar, Northeast Farmers of Color Landtrust
Dr. Jessica Dolan, Ethnobotanist, Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe Environment Division; Adjunct Faculty, University of Guelph Department of Sociology and Anthropology.
Peter Forbes, First Light Learning Journey
In 2020, Ohketeau, a recently established Ashfield-based Center for Indigenous Culture, and Double Edge Theatre co-produced The Living Presence of Our History on August 2 and September 13. Prior broadcasts can be viewed here: PART I & PART II.
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