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Indigenous People and U.S. Government Policies with the Great Lakes Peace Center

When:
Wednesday, November 03, 2021, 7:00 PM until 8:00 PM
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Public Presentations
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Indigenous People and U.S. Government Policies with the Great Lakes Peace Center Online

 

This presentation will provide an overview of the Doctrine of Christian Discovery and its impact on Indigenous communities past and present. For sustained peace, a broader historical understanding of the injustices that continue to bring harm to millions of people within the borders of the United States is needed. The Great Lakes Peace Center advocates for peaceful social change. We will discuss strategies for supporting First Nations peoples.

Peace Center Mission and Vision
Our mission is Building Peace, Celebrating Diversity.
Our vision is to offer a variety of services that will shift human understanding toward empathy, compassion and connection in order to facilitate personal growth. We believe this will create a ripple effect resulting in greater peace and well-being for individuals, families, communities and our world. In recognition of the pain that racial discrimination can create, we founded the Peace Center.

Deb Nedeau has worked in a variety of positions in the area of education and social work. She has worked for 30 years as a presenter, educator and workshop facilitator. 

Kathy Vanden Boogaard has worked in a variety of school and community agencies as a counselor/therapist for over 30 years. She has experience facilitating workshops for students and adults, grant writing, project implementation and evaluation.


Registration is required and begins Wednesday, October 13, 2021 at 10am, closing one hour before the program starts. The Zoom meeting link and password will be emailed to registered participants prior to the program. See below for technical requirements.

The event includes a live Q&A session after the conversation and as many audience questions will be addressed as time permits. If you have questions ahead of the program, please enter them into the registration form when you sign up or submit them on this form in advance of the program and we will do our best to have your question(s) addressed live during the event.

 

Presented by the League of Women Voters of Livingston County and the Howell Carnegie District Library