Please join us for a screening of this amazing documentary. We Still Live Here: Âs Nutayuneân tells the inspiring story of the recent resurgence of the Wampanoag language, an incredible feat for decolonialism.
The Wampanoag people are most well-known in America for helping the Pilgrims survive the challenging New England climate. However, this immense gift of generosity has been mythologized by colonizers, and few acknowledge the epochal destruction European settlers brought with them.
This November, join Radius in acknowledging Indigenous sovereignty, and honoring the memory of those lost in the struggle against colonialism. More events focusing on the contemporary politics of colonialism, Indigenous ethics, and the Landback Movement to come!