The Circle Continues to Grow
Two Row Campaign continues to reach out and connect with more people. There are events in the coming week from Buffalo to Syracuse!
Report from the Two Row at Indigenous Women’s Network Talking Circle, Thursday, October 10, at noon at 1272 Delaware Ave. Maria Maybee and Alan White, who participated in the Two Row Wampum paddle down the Hudson River to the United Nations will talk about this historic event of the renewal of the 400-year-old agreement of Peace and Friendship between the early colonists and the Haudenosaunee.
Celebrating Indigenous Survival gathering, Monday, October 14, 10:30 am – 2:15 pm, Syracuse University Quad. Information, social dancing, outreach. We’ll have the huge Two Row Flag! Organized by Native American Students at Syracuse.Two Row Wampum: Report from the River, Thursday, October 17, 7 pm at SEIU 1199, 250 South Clinton St., Syracuse. Hear reports from Two Row paddlers and organizers and check out some of the great videos! Learn how you can get involved.
Mark Your Calendar…
Haudenosaunee Perspectives on Hydro-fracking and the Movement for a Ban, Saturday, October 26th, 1-5 pm, Place TBA in Syracuse area. Panelists include: Freida Jacques, Onondaga Clanmother, Curtis Waterman, Haudenosaunee Environmental Task Force, Representative from New York Public Interest Research Group, Renee Vogelsang, Organizing Director, Frack Action and Upstate Regional Director, New Yorkers Against Fracking. Stay afterwards for a reception hosted by Divest ESF/SU for refreshments and live music. Full info: email@example.com
Honor Native Treaties and Protect the Earth: The Two Row Wampum, Wednesday, November 6, 11 am – 12:30 pm at Onondaga Community College. Hear reports from Two Row paddlers and organizers and check out some of the great videos! Learn how you can get involved.
Two Row Presence at Canandaigua Treaty Commemoration, Canandaigua Primary School,Canandaigua, NY, Monday, November 11, 10:30am – 6pm. Full details.
Two Row Table at Plowshares Craftsfair, Nottingham HS, Syracuse, NY, Saturday and Sunday, December 7-8, 10 am – 5 pm. This is a great community celebration and shopping venue which supports the Syracuse Peace Council. Full details.