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  • Thu

    There There discussion with Indigenous 215

    7pm – 9pmWooden Shoe Books, 704 South St

    Join a free public discussion of the 2020 One Book, One Philadelphia selection, There There by Tommy Orange, as facilitated by Indigenous 215 members Felicia Teter and Priscilla Anacakuyani Bell.

    Felicia (they/them) is a Black & Yakama trans*nb queer state & police abolitionist. They grew up on the Yakama Nation in so-called “Washington” and now live in Coaquannock in so-called “Philadelphia,” a small part of greater Lenapehoking. They focus on Black & Native liberation, self-determination, & sovereignty via direct action, transformative justice, and mutual aid & community building. They organize with Indigenous 215, Philly for REAL Justice, Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement - Philly, Black Alliance for Peace, and independent frontline Indigenous-led fights for sovereignty & environmental protection including Standing Rock, L’eau est la Vie, and Yalui Village.

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