Roots of Injustice, Seeds of Change

Roots of Injustice, Seeds of Change
Towards Right Relationship with America’s Native Peoples
with Paula Palmer, Boulder Friends Meeting Indigenous Peoples Concerns Cmtte

Saturday, March 29
3 – 5 pm
MCC, Stokes 106

RSVP strongly requested


A two-hour workshop experience.
In the doctrine of discovery, we find the roots of injustice. In the U.N. Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples we find the seeds of change. How can we nurture these seeds to bring forth the fruits of right relationship among all people?

“This workshop is an innovative and impactful step towards healing. Working with the truth that has never been told about the American myth is vital to all of us in our country if we are to move forward in a more healthy way.” -- Brett Shelton (Lakota), Attorney, Native American Rights Fund

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