Decolonizing Thanksgiving--busting myths, confronting history and serving up unique side dishes--with Living the Circle of Life and friends. Plus, filmmaker Beth Castle on telling the story of Lakota activist and community organizer Madonna Thunder Hawk. Live music from Whisperhawk.
Live music from Whisperhawk, aka the Utah-based singer/songwriter Michael Gross. Along with his friend Scott Jones, Gross played songs from A Whisperhawk Christmas Vol. 1, released earlier this month. Click here to download a copy. Talk about shopping local!
PK Kennedy (Princess), who for the last three years has organized volunteers to offer free haircuts/color at Project Homeless Connect SLC. Billy Palmer shared some of this year's interview with PK, who was recently in a serious scooter accident. To learn more and pay it forward (like PK does so often), click here. Or check out the Princess Kennedy benefit at Urban Lounge December 11.
Filmmaker Beth Castle talked about Warrior Women, which tells the story of Lakota activist and community organizer Madonna Thunder Hawk. The Utah Film Center is offering a free screening at the downtown Salt Lake City Public Library, 210 E. 400 S., SLC. The free screening includes a post-film Q&A with Davina Smith, CEO of Haseya Native Initiatives LLC, and Denae Shanidiin of the Campaign for Missing & Murdered Indigenous People.
Decolonizing Thanksgiving—busting myths, confronting history and serving up unique side dishes—featuring:
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