400 Years: Thanksgiving

This year’s National Day of Mourning will broadcast live beginning at noon on Nov. 26, 2020 with a combination of livestreaming from Plymouth MA and pre-recorded messages via the United American Indians of New England (UAINE) website www.uaine.org the UAINE...

400-Years: Making Repair

In the six states of the Northeast we are all living on stolen Native homelands. There are a host of ways in which state governments, towns, faith communities, and other groups can begin to acknowledge this fundamental truth – and take steps towards redressing...

400 Years Partners

The faith communities and organizations below have agreed to partner in this project. We use the term “partner” rather than “sponsor” because this is an ongoing project rather than a single event. As partners we are expressing an intention to...

400 Years: Legislative Action

Supporting Indigenous Legislative Agendas One of the ways we can practice restorative justice in relation to the Nation peoples of our region is to stand in solidarity with their efforts for rights, respect and land. One critical way to do this is to support the...

400 Years Study

We the People (17 mins.) Navajo Mark Charles’ Ted Talk on how the founding documents of our country were steeped in racism concerning Native and Black peoples here – and were closely related to the Doctrine of Discovery. As we listen to Indigenous voices about...

400 Years Walk

New England Peace Pagoda is a walking Buddhist community dedicated to compassion, peace, and justice. Since 2016 these monks have held 5 walks called “Listening the Call of Great Spirit: Facing 400 Years of Colonization”. The 2020 walk took place being...