First Family FORJ Meeting on November 13th with Annawon Weeden
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November 13th FAMILY City-Wide FORJ Meeting at Angier from 7-9 w/ Annawon Weeden from First Light Foundation hosted by Ashia Ray from the Countryside FORJ Committee and Kerry Prasad from FORJ at Brown . Sponsored by Raising Luminaries. As we move through the fall holidays that celebrate Europeans' first contact with Indigenous People in what is currently called the Americas, Annawon Weeden's upcoming performance  will transport our families to that first contact bringing us up to the current moment. Engaging audiences in a heartfelt and authentic manner, Annawon will engage us to explore the impact and legacy of colonialism on the Wampanoag (People of the First Light). Annawon is a captivating educator who works to bring awareness about his culture to both children and adults. This event is appropriate for adults and children ages 10+. There will be a 45 minute performance followed by family-appropriate discussions to unpack what we learned. After the event, take home Indigenous Solidarity Family Toolkits and age-appropriate advocacy steps for kids for Indigenous Rights. Unfortunately, in order to respect the artist and run the meeting in a timely manner, we will not be providing pizza.
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