Equity Challenge Oct 27

Day 27 Racial Equity Indigenous People’s Day Challenge

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30+ Day Racial Equity Indigenous Peoples Challenge

October 27th- day 27

Thank you for participating in the 30+ Day Racial Equity: Indigenous Peoples Challenge.

Today is Day 27. Here are the reading, watching and listening material for the challenge. Remember you can choose 1 learning experience, or all. It is entirely up to you.

 


 

READ: The Mass. Flag Honors The Oppression Of Native Americans. It’s Time To Change It

WATCH: How This Native American Elder Reclaimed Sacred Land in the Bay Area (9:33)

LISTENLeonard Peltier (1970s) – Native American activist Leonard Peltier has spent over 40 years in prison for a crime he did not commit. Prosecutors and federal agents manufactured evidence against him (including the so-called “murder weapon”); hid proof of his innocence; presented false testimony obtained through torturous interrogation techniques; ignored court orders; and lied to the jury. People are commonly set free due to a single constitutional violation, but Peltier—innocent and faced with a staggering number of constitutional violations—has yet to receive equal justice. (90 minutes)

ACT: 14 Contemporary Books By Native American Writers To Get Excited About


Here is the link for a daily chart and your private reflections.   Just download it to your computer and access it at your leisure.

If you want to share reflections in community, you may post them on padlet.   Please follow our guidelines for all public reflection posts.

Thank you for joining us in our racial equity journey.

Sincerely,

Indigenous Peoples Education Committee.