Please join us in celebrating Native American and Native Alaskan Heritage Month with a virtual presentation hosted by Silvermoon Mars LaRose, a member of the Narragansett Tribe, and the Assistant Director of the Tomaquag Museum. This presentation will take place via zoom on Tuesday, November 22 at 7PM Eastern Time.
“Two elements that life cannot survive without, hydrogen and oxygen, come together to form Water. Water that quenches and cleanses, that heals and destroys, is an essential component of Indigenous foodways, technology, medicine, ceremony, spirituality, life…Water Is Life and that is why we fight to protect it. In this presentation, we explore the cultural significance of water and the Indigenous led movement to protect it.”
This virtual presentation will be available to all ACA members for a donation of $5 to our DEI Fund to support future LEAD Initiative programs. Non-members are more than welcome to join as well for a donation of $7.
Registration Link: https://www.americancanoe.org/events/register.aspx?id=1690901