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|Events 2014 |
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Thursday 20th March
THE SINIX'T: BRINGING HOME THE BONES
First UK showing
Feature-length award-winning docudrama, based on Celia Gunn's memoir, 'A Twist in Coyote's Tale', of a Native American tribe's struggle against extinction and how the ancestors called them home.
Red Brick Building, Morland Enterprise Park, Morland Rd,
Glastonbury BA6 9FT
7pm - £5.00 at the door.
A fund-raising benefit in aid of the Sinix't First Nation
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|Wednesday, 9th July |
Traditional Native American Wisdom Teachings for World Transformation
Dawn Marsden, member of the Mississaugas of Scugog Island First Nation, Ontario, Canada
According to many Native American Elders, the swiftest path to transforming our world is through our hearts. Having been raised in close proximity to a traditional indigneous Canadian way of life, Dawn is a professor at the First Nations University, Regina, Canada. She is visiting England, and will present her radical and increasingly-accepted indigenous Canadian model for living in harmony with Earth, followed by an invitation to discuss common principles and the revitalisation of local community relatioships with the Earth.
Dawn will be introduced by her long-standing friend and admirer, Celia Gunn (author, 'A Twist in Coyote's Tale').
The Red Brick Building
Morland Enterprise Park, Morland Rd, Glastonbury BA6 9FT
Start 7.00pm £5.00 at the door
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