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Native American Book Discussion Series: The Heartbeat of Wounded Knee (via Zoom)
February 9 7:00 pm - 8:15 pm$10.00
“The Heartbeat of Wounded Knee: Native America from 1890 to the Present” by David Treur (Ojibwe)
National Book Award finalist. Melds history with reportage and memoir. “It’s hard to imagine there will be a better, more compelling look at Indian country than this one anytime soon.” (The Daily Beast). 450 pages.
The book is available for purchase in our Book and Gift Gallery https://www.sinsinawa.org/giftgallery/
Tuesday, February 9, 7-8:15 p.m CST. The zoom link will be sent via email on the morning of the event.
$10/person fee. Registration deadline is Monday, February 8 at 4 p.m.
Presenter: Eric Anglada is Ecological Programming Coordinator at Sinsinawa Mound. He is co-founder of St. Isidore Catholic Worker Farm in Cuba City, WI. His work centers on the intersections of raising food, community living, eco-spirituality, education, activism, and decolonization. His essays and reviews have been published in America, National Catholic Reporter, Sojourners, Merton Seasonal, The Catholic Worker, Wapsipinicon Almanac, Geez, and Dorothy Day and the Church: Past, Present, and Future.