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Decolonizing Thoreau - Shared screen with speaker view
Michael Frederick
31:20
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Michael Frederick
33:56
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Tammy Rose
46:14
How is Thoreau viewed inside Native communities? How is he taught? Is he considered beneficial for his observations of nature or ignorant of the larger picture? Or not considered as a relevant figure at all?
Geoff Wisner
52:00
Abbe Museum websitehttps://www.abbemuseum.org/
Meg Wilkes
55:25
While Abbe is for the Native community, I am curious in the museum's approach to educating the non Native community. Is this a priority? Or perhaps for now the priority is to focus on the Native communities.
Tammy Rose
01:03:11
Kristen, thank you for bringing in the pre-Thoreau history! There is a huge lack of education about this!
Michael Frederick
01:09:55
Next up today for “More Day to Dawn”:Teaching Thoreau: A Conversation with EducatorsDate: Saturday, October 31, 2020, 2:30pm to 4:00pmhttps://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_pe08j5HnTsq9qtDsGh15Dg
Michael Frederick
01:15:19
https://www.penobscotnation.org/
Michael Frederick
01:21:09
https://grassrootsfund.org/groups/eastern-woodland-rematriation-collective
Michael Frederick
01:23:04
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Robin C. Bonner
01:23:43
I think Thoreau would approve of this conversation and would be the first to admit his errors if he heard these presentations. :)
Tammy Rose
01:25:28
Thank you to all the presenters and attendees for the honesty!