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Home Events Facilitated Book Talk: An Indigenous Peoples’ History of the US
An Indigenous Peoples' History of the US
Winchester Unitarian Society

Location

Winchester Unitarian Society
478 Main Street, Winchester, MA

Date

Nov 17 2019

Time

2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Cost

$0

Facilitated Book Talk: An Indigenous Peoples’ History of the US

Community book talk on An Indigenous Peoples’ History of the US

In a collaboration with Winchester Unitarian Society and Network for Social Justice (formerly known as The Multicultural Network), please come to a facilitated book discussion of this year’s UUA Common Read: An Indigenous Peoples’ History of the United States by Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz (Beacon Press, 2015).

“In 2015, Beacon Press published an extraordinary book by Indigenous scholar and activist Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz that challenged readers to learn US history through a narrative that centers the story, the experiences, and the perspectives of Indigenous peoples.”

In addition, if you have a youth in your life that you would like to share this experience with, copies of the book and the Young People’s Version (12-17 years) are available for loan and/or purchase at Winchester Unitarian Society.

REGISTER NOW

Loan copies are available for sign out via the RE office and rebecca@winchesteruu.org.

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