Events for October 2016

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Ohio Historical Society is seeking a Project Manager for possible World Heritage sites in Ohio. Many sites like Serpent Mound and other so-called "Hopewell" sites will be included, and as World Heritage sites they will receive much attention, money, and tourism. As this project is being negotiated, having a Native person or an ally at the helm could ensure that indigenous perspectives are given more weight. Please pass this along to anyone you know who might be interested. https://www.ohiohistory.org/about-us/jobs



CRITICAL ISSUES IN INDIGENISM - Saturday, October 8, 3pm-6pm

Fulton Branch Library (3545 Fulton Road), Cleveland OH


Our on-going educational series examining issues of colonization and resistance throughout the Americas. Free and open to the public. Our focus this month is Standing Rock. Footage of the encampment will be shown, with discussion to follow. We will also address how you can provide support to these Defenders of the Waters..


INDIGENOUS PEOPLES READ-IN - Sunday, October 9, 2pm

Lee Road Branch of Heights Libraries (2345 Lee Road), Cleveland Heights OH


Celebrate the voices of indigenous peoples! Bring a short selection from an indigenous/Native writer to share or simply come and be part of the audience. Selections should be no more than 5 minutes.
Sponsored by Lee Road Branch of Heights Libraries and Friends of Heights Libraries


COLUMBUS DAY DEMONSTRATION - Monday, October 10, 12pm-2pm

Tappan Square (Corner of Main Street and College Street), Oberlin OH


Join Cleveland AIM, the Native community and our supporters for this denouncement of a mass murderer and all the shameful honor paid to him. Stop lying to our children about Christopher Columbus; he was taken back to Spain in chains and died in disgrace!


Questions?

Detailed information on these and other events can be found by visiting our website (www.clevelandaim.us) or by calling CLEVELAND AMERICAN INDIAN MOVEMENT at 216.533.7423.

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