MASHPEE — When Danielle Hill heard March 27 that her tribe’s reservation would be taken out of trust, she felt upset and resentful. She wanted to find someone to blame. Instead, she decided to light a fire and pray. Hill held a Facebook Live event and invited tribal members to stop by in solidarity while maintaining social distance. “We had that fire going for 20 days, all day and all night,” Hill said. “And people did come over.” “This would be a time in any
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As a Member of the Town of Brookline’s “Indigenous Peoples Day Committee” I would like to invite you to attend our first annual event as outlined below:
Please join the Brookline Indigenous People’s Day Committee and the Office of Diversity, Inclusion, and Community Relations to celebrate, honor, and commemorate the shared history and culture of Indigenous People.
Date: Monday October 14th, 2019
Where: Brookline Coolidge Corner School (Cafeteria) – 345 Harvard St, Brookline, MA 02446
Enjoy Indigenous food provided by Harm Free Eats, support local Indigenous artists and craftspeople, and learn about the history of Indigenous People in Brookline and throughout Massachusetts. If you have any questions, or would like more information please contact Caitlin Starr, CDE at 617-730-2345 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Brookline Office of Diversity, Inclusion, and Community Relations has also released the new Monthly Quiz! The Monthly Quiz is a great way to test what you know about Brookline and learn new things about your community! If you score a 10/10 you will win a small prize (while supplies last) and your name will be entered into a year-end raffle.
The October quiz is a way to learn about Indigenous Peoples’ history in Brookline and in the US. You can also check out our Indigenous Peoples’ Day Display in Town Hall on the 6th Floor anytime this month!
To take the Quiz: Click https://www.brooklinema.gov/1514/Community-Quiz