2010 INDIGENOUS PEOPLES OBSERVANCE
OCTOBER 12, INDIGENOUS PEOPLES DAY
Mourning Ceremony6 (@ City Hall, Broad Street Steps, with the Mourning Walk converging at the Santa Maria “Slave Ship” Replica.)
Located at Marconi Blvd. and Broad Street
The Indigenous Peoples Day, October 12, 2010, will begin with a Mourning Walk from the City of Columbus City Hall, 10:30 a.m. and will converge at the Santa Maria Replica in the Scioto River. A Fast for Justice will be broken at this time. The People of the Land historically have experienced occupation, invasion, discovery, encounter, torture, imprisonment, decimation, devastation, globalism, slavery, and resource exploitation. Today, The People of the Land face ongoing cultural isolation, political silence, and economic degradation. Join neighbors, friends, and David Rovics at this annual commemoration of the day when Colonialism made it to the American Hemisphere.
THE EVENT WILL COVER CULTURAL IMPERATIVES, SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITIES, AND UNIVERSAL HUMAN RIGHTS
CONTACTS:
Mark Welsh, 614-443-6120, naicoo@aol.com or Mark D. Stansbery, 614-517-7237, walk@igc.org
and
Dave Rovics in Concert! – OCTOBER 12 from 5-9pm
Carabar, 115 N. Parsons
Dave sings “Songs of Social Significance” including Halliburtons’s Boardroom Massacre and odes to Cindy Sheehan and Hugh Thompson. No cover, donations welcome. Tuesday is “Dollar Tacos” night at the Carabar!! Sponsored by the Free Press.
253-2571, truth@freepress.org

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