Please join Interfaith Works and the Faith Action Network as we celebrate Indigenous Peoples' Day with this interactive and educational engagement with author and activist Sarah Augustine.
EXPLORE the history and meaning of Indigenous Peoples’ Day and how the Doctrine of Discovery continues to impact Indigenous people today through a case study of the Indian Child Welfare Act.
Sarah Augustine is a Pueblo (Tewa) woman who lives with her family in White Swan, Washington. She is the former Executive Director of the Dispute Resolution Center of Yakima and Kittitas Counties, is co-founder of Dismantling the Doctrine of Discovery Coalition, and author of The Land is Not Empty: Following Jesus in Dismantling the Doctrine of Discovery.
This event is brought to you by Interfaith Works and Faith Action Network.
Corey Passons, MDiv.
Interfaith Relations Program Manager
Meg Martin, MSW, CPC