Evan Pritchard will discuss Algonquin non-violence traditions, and what’s going on at Standing Rock, North Dakota, and at Indian Point in Westchester, NY, plus a discussion of the proposed oil barge “anchorages” on the Hudson. Participants are encouraged to share what they have experienced and what they know; Evan will discuss “The Way of the Heron” conflict resolution techniques, and peaceful ways of resolving conflicts used by Native Americans for centuries. These techniques can be used by individuals or communities and include civil disobedience techniques which the Penobscot taught Henry David Thoreau. Let your voice be heard without fear.
Sponsored by Boughton Place, Center for Algonquin Culture and Neetopk-Keetopk.
Contact Joy Ann Savino, (845)594-6382 (Boughton Place)email@example.com; Sally Bermanzohn (NeetopkKeetopk) sallybeethankful @gmail.com and Evan Pritchard (Center for Algonquin Culture) (845)377-1110.Evan.firstname.lastname@example.org.