This two-hour, virtual interactive exercise will be facilitated by Brenna Cussen Anglada, activist, organic farmer and co-founder of St. Isidore Catholic Work Farm; and Jerilyn De Coteau, attorney and co-director of Toward Right Relationship with Native People.
The content is appropriate for high school students and older and will trace the historic and on-going impacts of the Doctrine of Discovery, the 15th century legal justification for European subjugation of the land and peoples of this continent.
The workshop, a response to a call from Indigenous leaders of the UN and World Council of Churches, is designed to help participants increase awareness of these impacts, recognize them in themselves and institutions, and explore how to begin taking actions toward right relationship with Indigenous peoples.
December 9, 2021 TIME: 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm Central Time Cost is $10. Register online at www.FSCenter.org or call 608-791-5295.