Building Greater Understanding about Native American History: Truth, Healing, and Change
Date(s) - 10/02/2017
Princeton Public Library
This program seeks to foster greater understanding and empathy for Native Americans by learning the historical context and impact of the shared history non-Native communities have with Indigenous peoples in New Jersey, both past and present. The presentation will include a video featuring some Native American voices in NJ and the Delaware Valley, including Pastor Norwood of the Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape tribe and Donna Fann-Boyle, Chocktaw/Cherokee activist.
Co-sponsored by Not in Our Town Princeton, Kidsbridge Tolerance Center, and the Princeton Historical Society.