30 Day+ Racial Equity Indigenous Peoples Challenge

World of Wellesley is proud to host the 30 Day+ Racial Equity Indigenous Peoples Challenge which began on October 1, 2020 and will continue through the month of October and beyond.

This challenge is modeled after the 21 Day Racial Equity Indigenous Peoples Challenge, which was curated by Eddie Moore, Jr., Debby Irving, Marguerite Penick-Parks, and Claudia A. Fox Tree (Arawak), Massachusetts Center for Native American Awareness (MCNAA) board member.

The purpose of this challenge is to break down barriers and biases by collectively and individually:

  1. Increasing our awareness and appreciation for the diversity of Indigenous people

  2. Deepening our understanding about the history of Indigenous people

  3. Deepening our understanding about the current issues faced by Indigenous people in North America

Join us by registering here. You can also share this link with friends, family and neighbors. You can register at any time. Registered participants will receive an email with 3 ways to access content (reading, watching or listening). Choose 1 or all of the suggested daily options. It’s all up to you. You may also add other options, if you choose. Reflect: create your own copy of this journal template to privately record your thoughts. Your journal will not be shared. Collaborate: if you want to share reflections in community, you may post them on this padlet. Please follow our guidelines for all public reflection posts. Indigenous Peoples Day was celebrated in Wellesley on October 12, 2020. Stay tuned for more community events.

Questions? Contact Christina Horner (WOW Co-President) at chorner@worldofwellesley.org

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