Indigenous Peoples' Day Celebration and Teach-In

Event date 12 Oct 06:00 pm - 08:00 pm
Event location Perelman Building • 2525 Pennsylvania Ave,, Philadelphia, 19130, PA, United States
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Come celebrate! After 500+ years of colonization, we are still here. 

Opening celebration with Aztec, Nanticoke and Lenni-Lenape drummers and dancers. Presentations by Lenni-Lenape, Taino, Mexica and other Indigenous leaders and activists. Featuring short documentary: "Reclaiming Coaquanock" by Ollin Yoliztli Calmecac.

Free after PWYW (Pay What You Wish) Admission
To reserve your TICKET: http://philamuseum.org/?keyword=PHLA

Perelman Building & Auditorium
2525 Pennsylvania Avenue

Thursday, October 12
6:00 - 9:00 PM

This is an event to honor the Lenni-Lenape today, on whose ancestral territory we stand, and to cherish the multi-ethnic community of Native American, First Nation, Alaskan Native, Native Hawaiian and other Indigenous Peoples living in the Philadelphia region. It will also be a day to honor the American Indian Movement (AIM), Taino Revitalization Movement, Mexica Movement and the many Indigenous nations and communities from North to South America who are on the frontline defending the earth and their sovereignty.

Program (TBA) here and in the event webpage, visit:
http://phlassembled.net/futures/events/indigenous_peoples_day_celebration_and_teach_in/

Organized with Indigenous 215 Collective, Taino Cultural Workshop-- Philly and others.

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ALSO CHECK: 
The 5th Philly Indigenous Peoples Day (Powwow) that will be on Saturday Oct 7th at the Bartram's Ganden - 5400 LINDBERGH BLVD. 10AM-4PM. Link to event: http://ollinyoliztlicalmecac.org/?q=en%2Fphilly-indigenous-peoples-day
 

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2 months agoAdd to Calender 2017-10-12 22:00:00 2017-10-12 22:00:00 Indigenous Peoples' Day Celebration and Teach-In Come celebrate! After 500+ years of colonization, we are still here.  Opening celebration with Aztec, Nanticoke and Lenni-Lenape drummers and dancers. Presentations by Lenni-Lenape, Taino, Mexica and other Indigenous leaders and activists. Featuring short documentary: "Reclaiming Coaquanock" by Ollin Yoliztli Calmecac. Free after PWYW (Pay What You Wish) Admission To reserve your TICKET: http://philamuseum.org/?keyword=PHLA Perelman Building & Auditorium 2525 Pennsylvania Avenue Thursday, October 12 6:00 - 9:00 PM This is an event to honor the Lenni-Lenape today, on whose ancestral territory we stand, and to cherish the multi-ethnic community of Native American, First Nation, Alaskan Native, Native Hawaiian and other Indigenous Peoples living in the Philadelphia region. It will also be a day to honor the American Indian Movement (AIM), Taino Revitalization Movement, Mexica Movement and the many Indigenous nations and communities from North to South America who are on the frontline defending the earth and their sovereignty. Program (TBA) here and in the event webpage, visit:http://phlassembled.net/futures/events/indigenous_peoples_day_celebration_and_teach_in/ Organized with Indigenous 215 Collective, Taino Cultural Workshop-- Philly and others. _________ ALSO CHECK:  The 5th Philly Indigenous Peoples Day (Powwow) that will be on Saturday Oct 7th at the Bartram's Ganden - 5400 LINDBERGH BLVD. 10AM-4PM. Link to event: http://ollinyoliztlicalmecac.org/?q=en%2Fphilly-indigenous-peoples-day   Perelman Building America/New_York public Racial Justice #PHLassembled  #Futures  #IndigenousPeoplesDay