This 400th anniversary campaign, carried out throughout 2013, is finished. The work to honor treaties with Native Nations and protect the Earth continues. Learn more, or join in that work: contact the Onondaga Nation, Neighbors of the Onondaga Nation, Neetopk Keetopk (Hudson Valley), Onondaga Canoe and Kayak Club or Two Row Paddle down the Grand (2016).

Recent Educational Event in Trumansburg

Back to Democracy presented


“Haudenosaunee Lessons of Peace,”

with Sue Eiholzer, NOON.

Sunday, March 18 at 2 pm
Trumansburg Fire Hall
74 W. Main St (Rte 96)

The  program  introduced  the  oldest  treaty  between indigenous North American people and Dutch settlers, symbolized by the Two  Row Wampum. Sue Eiholzer, longtime NOON activist and organizer, discussed the Two Row Wampum, and its Renewal Campaign that calls us all to commit ourselves to the original spirit of  the treaty signed 400 years ago, and live together and in parallel in  peace, respecting the environment  we  share.  The program concluded with a community  discussion  of the  Two  Row Wampum’s connection to the worldwide call to peace in March of every year.

The Two  Row Wampum Renewal  Campaign  is  aimed  at  developing a broad alliance  between  the Haudenosaunee and their allies in New York and throughout the world.

Contact us if you’d like to have a speaker come to your community to speak about the importance of the Two Row Wampum and solidarity with the Haudenosaunee.

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