RACIAL AWARENESS WORKSHOP RESOURCE LIST SHARE
Some useful resources on Indigenous Peoples:
New England Yearly Meeting of Quakers Documents:
Dover 400 - Indigenous People of Piscataqua Watershed -
Dover 400 – Abenaki Life and History from an Indigenous Perspective –
Dawnland documentary film - https://dawnland.org/screenings/
Award winning film about Maine’s Native American Truth and Reconciliation Commission - Free screenings coming up on March 15th and 24th. Register to receive the link.
Indigenous Stories: Decolonial Organizing and Collaboration in NH – Portsmouth Public Library
Mark Charles: “We the People: The Three Most Misunderstood Words in the U.S. History” - An 18-minute TEDtalk about the Doctrine of Discovery by a Navajo speaker https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HOktqY5wY4A
[We will watch selected parts together on 3/21] Bruce Duthu – Talk and Q&A by Bruce Duthu, who is the Samson Occom Professor (and former chair) of Native American studies at Dartmouth – member of the United Houma Nation of Louisiana – co-producer of Dawnland.
1491: New Revelations of the Americas before Columbus by Charles C. Mann (recommended by Candace)
1493: Uncovering the New World Columbus Created by Charles C. Mann (recommended by Candace)
Paula Palmer: “Quaker Indian Boarding Schools: Facing Our History and Ourselves”, a Friends Journal article. https://www.friendsjournal.org/quaker-indian-boarding-schools/
“NH Native Peoples: Hiding in Plain Sight” (2006 article)- https://www.cowhampshireblog.com/2006/08/10/new-hampshires-native-americans-hiding-in-plain-sight/#:~:text=%5BA%20more%20detailed%20history%20can,ring%20to%20most%20New%20Hampshirites
~ resource list compiled by Virginia Schonwald~compiled by Margaret Fogarty~Resource compiled by Nathan Schroyerhttps://jeffkisling.com/2021/02/19/moral-injury-soul-repair-and-quaker-indian-residential-schools/?fbclid=IwAR0irjH_O4OjPpNwo2OSg8uMwD-zctbDg2tLCwqWSawAUf2Uq8O72S1fcZA
We drink from wells we did not digWe are warmed by fires we did not build"For the creation was subjected to frustration, not by its own choice, but by the will of the one who subjected it, in hope"