Water Protection Rights and Spirituality REGISTRATION REQUIRED

Tuesday, October 186:30—8:00 PMOnline

Join us as we honor Indigenous Peoples Day at a special program that will open with traditional Danza and prayer, and will be followed by a panel discussion on Water Protection Rights. The participants will be Hiawatha Brown (Narragansett Elder), Liz Santana-Kiser (Nipmuc Elder) Kasike Jorge Estevez (Taino) and Robert Quesada (Mexika/Aztec). Registration is required. Please fill out the form here to sign up. Zoom access details will be sent in a reminder email prior to the program. This program is presented in partnership with Indigenous People's Day Newton and the Ashland Public Library.

Learn about:

  • Indigenous Spirituality as it relates to water
  • Issues concerning water quality, fishing rights and industrial pollution
  • Land rights and what we can do to contribute to equitable access for all

This program is cosponsored by the following libraries: Ashland Public Library, Belmont Public Library, Bigelow Free Public Library (Clinton), Danvers Public Library, G.A.R. Memorial Library (West Newbury), Groton Public Library, Manchester by the Sea Public Library, Maynard Public Library, Medway Public Library, Public Library of Brookline, Tewksbury Public Library, Topsfield Town Library and Winchester Public Library.

Register for this program right up until the start time. The Zoom login information will be emailed from the Ashland Public Library. Please be sure to check your spam folder in case it lands there.

Click Link Above to Register