Native American History: Building Greater Understanding – Dec. 10

Posted on December 3, 2019

Tuesday, December 10th, 6:45-9:00 PM

Montgomery Township Municipal Building Court Room
2261 Van Horne Road – Route 206 North
Belle Mead, NJ 08502

This powerful presentation was created in collaboration with New Jersey tribal nations about the true history we share with Native Peoples. Presenter Arla Patch served as the Community Engagement Coordinator for Maine Wabanaki REACH, which helped develop the first Truth and Reconciliation Commission for what happened to Native children in the child welfare system.

Sponsored by: Montgomery Mosaic, One Montgomery, and the Van Harlingen Historical Society, in collaboration with Kidsbridge Tolerance Center, Ewing, NJ, with grateful thanks to the New Jersey Council for the Humanities for seed funding.

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Native American Children Presentation