Two Row Enactment Application Haudenosaunee and other Indigenous People
Albany to NYC, July 28-August 9, 2013 For Haudenosaunee and other Indigenous People Application Deadline Extended to April 2, 2013
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Date of Birth
I am interested in paddling for the following dates:
Exact stopping spots are still being finalized. See honorthetworow.org for the latest information.
full trip from Albany to NYC
July 28 - Albany to Schodack Island
July 29 Schodack Island to Coxsackie
July 30 - Coxsackie to Catskill
July 31 - Catskill to Ulster Landing
Aug. 1 - Ulster Landing to Norrie Park
Aug. 2 - Norrie Park to Poughkeepsie
Aug. 3 - Poughkeepsie to Beacon
Aug. 4 - Beacon to Cold Spring
Aug. 5 - Cold Spring to Stony Point
Aug. 6 - Stony Point to Croton
Aug. 7 - Croton to Piermont
Aug. 8 - Cold Spring to Inwood Hill Park
Aug. 9 - Inwood Hill Park to Pier 96 NYC
I want to help with ground crew, not paddle.
Check this box if you do not want to paddle. Do complete the date information above.
Why are you interested in participating in the Symbolic Enactment of the Two Row Wampum Renewal Campaign?
Tell us about any relevant experience related to support for native rights and/or protecting the Earth?
How would you plan to educate yourself on the issues to be able to participate effectively?
How might you help spread the word to publicize the campaign (social media, internet, media, friends, nation, etc.)?
How would you use your participation in the enactment to support of the Two Row in the months and years to come?
What relevant paddling/water experience do you bring to the event?
How would you plan to prepare/train to participate successfully in the paddling?
Do you have access to a suitable canoe or kayak for the trip? (need specs for this)
Are there people or a group you would like to paddle with as part of the campaign? If so, please list them. (Each person needs to apply individually.)
Do you have additional skills to share which would be useful to the campaign (medical, video, media, public relations, mechanical, event planning, musical, safety training, water safety, cooking, etc.)
Do you have access to other equipment which would be useful to the campaign (marine radio, video camera, extra paddling or camping supplies)?
We will reserve camping sites as part of the overall planning. Would you plan to camp with the group or arrange housing on your own? (If you stay separately, you'll need to be able to meet up with us well before departure each day for briefings.)
The fees for the participation of indigenous people will be covered by The Two Row Wampum Renewal Campaign. However, we would warmly welcome any donation which you are able and willing to make to help cover the costs of the campaign.
Do you think you can raise funds to support the campaign? If so, share your ideas.
Is there anything else you would like to tell us?
Expectations and Responsibilities
All participants must agree to the guidelines established for the trip and follow them during our time together. Failure to comply with these guidelines could result in being asked to leave the flotilla. • Conscientious effort to abide by the Two Row Wampum during the trip and beyond • Act respectfully to all we encounter • No drugs or alcohol • Work together cooperatively with the team • Use the good mind to act to achieve the campaign's goals • Follow the leadership team's decisions in the event of a need for last minute changes • Follow the planned itinerary and design for the enactment • Act in ways which enhance your safety and that of all participants • Act as model environmental stewards in our practices for using energy, reducing consumption, reusing, recycling and not polluting By submitting this application you are agreeing to abide by the above guidelines.
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