Witness to Injustice:
The KAIROS Blanket Exercise
October 29, 2020 6:00P.M. to 8:30 P.M.
A Liverpool Public Library & CNY Reads Event
This program will be conducted via ZOOM.
Neighbors of the Onondaga Nation invite you to personally encounter what occurred during the colonization, invasion, and attempted genocide of the Indigenous Peoples of Turtle Island. It is a participatory exercise designed to raise awareness of Native history as it was experienced, resisted and survived by Native Peoples and Nations.
We are sorry to let you know that the KAIROS BLANKET EXERCISE has filled. We are longer taking registrations.
Through the use of historic quotes and the blankets that represent the lands of Turtle Island, participants engage in an experiential history lesson designed in a way that can’t be provided by reading a book or watching a film. As befitting the Two Row Wampum Treaty and NOON’s mission, the program involves both Native and non-Native facilitators and participants.
Please be aware that this program is intense and can elicit strong emotion. You must be 18 years of age or older. Register by going to the Liverpool Public Library Events Calendar. Registrants will receive a Zoom link 24-48 hours before the program.
Our 2020 Garden Ramble
has been rescheduled for
June 22-24, 2021 in light
of the pandemic.
Books for Book Groups
CNY Reads can loan your book group a Book Discussion Kit with multiple copies of There There. Kits come with either eight or ten copies of the book. The books come in a totebag with printed materials to support your book discussion such as discussion questions, author interviews, an author biography, and more. To get a Book Discussion Kit for your book group, email Alan NaPier or call him at 315-673-9203
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