Community and Allies,
I’m writing to let you know about special guests joining us this weekend on Governors Island, to further our conversation about the Great Law of Peace and the Haudenosaunee Confederacy.
We are honoured to be joined on Saturday & Sunday by Della & Ishi, Traditional Knowledge and Medicine stewards of the Haudenosaunee.
Here is a general schedule of events for the workshop:
Saturday, July 20
First contact with natives including Jamestown Settlement.
Native participation through the Wars, Trail of Tears, Relocation to Reservation style of living.
In the first half of his session, he’ll be discussing history of native peoples then after...
Brought to you by in partnership
American Indian Community House & Friends of Transmitter Park
Saturday October 6th, 2018
12:00 – 5:00pm
Bushwick Inlet Park
86 Kent Ave, Brooklyn, NY
SHARING KNOWLEDGE, THOUGHT, ART, MOVEMENT – Moderation & Lecture by Rick Chavolla – AICH Board Chairman
Workshops: Traditional Beadwork, Storytelling, Spoken Work, Wampum Teachings, Music, Dance, Tree Planting CovenantThis event will celebrate and recognize Indigenous People’s Day and Connect the American Indian Community House with North Brooklyn. We will explore the application of Indigenous Values, Culture, and Ethics through environmental teachings and knowledge of how to coexist with nature through dialogue, storytelling, art, dance, and song. This will be a day to deepen our connections with one another, and discuss our relations to the land we occupy.
Additional partners: FRIENDS OF BUSHWICK INLET PARK – GREENING GREENPOINT – GREENPOINT TREE CORPS – NEIGHBORS ALLIED FOR GOOD GROWTH – NEWTOWN CREEK ALLIANCE – OPEN SPACE ALLIANCE FOR NORTH BROOKLYN
FREE REGISTRATION: TRANSMITTERPARK.ORG/AICH
Work by Iakowi:he'ne' (MohawkCoterie) currently on display within the exhibition. Please pay a visit and support Contemporary Native American Artists by shopping and sharing. There are plenty of wearable pieces such as purses, moccasins, pottery and cradleboards from the past. Dating all the way back to the 1700's, the spirit and stories these pieces carry will whisk you away into a vision of life during its era. To hold them pulls you into either the making of it or the originals owners daily life.
The energy is strong and the frequency is...
"Oakes is 38-year-old designer, activist, and high school volleyball and swim coach who wears her hair down to her waist as a means of connecting with the Mohawk tribe in which she was raised. Oakes grew up on the Akwesasne Mohawk Territory on the border of New York State and Canada and now lives in New York City.
Assembly Format: Brief report-backs from student groups followed by a common conversation about decolonizing an institution like NYU. Will also be updating people on the Brooklyn Museum development and create space to plug into the effort to #DecolonizeBrooklynMuseum.. ..