The Equity Education & Action Committee (EEAC) invites you to attend the winter film series hosted by the Great Lakes Peace Center. Each short film will be followed by a guided discussion with Deb Nedeau and Leora Tadgerson.

It is strongly encouraged that you attend each film in the series since the discussions will build on what was viewed at the previous session. This series is free-of-charge thanks to funding from the St. Clare’s Endowment Fund.

Please register here:

Monday, 2/20/23 at 6:30 pm IN PERSON

BOUNTY  This brief (9 minutes) but powerful documentary reveals the hidden story of the Phips Proclamation, one of many scalp-bounty proclamations used to exterminate Native people in order to take their land in what is now New England. In the Social Hall at St. Clare’s.

Wednesday, 3/1/2023 6:30 pm on ZOOM

BLOOD   Sandy Whitehawk, Lakota, explores the impact that reunification can have on communal healing, as she helps organize the first annual Welcome Home Ceremony for Adopted and Foster Relatives of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe – the community from which she was removed over 60 years ago. (56 minutes)

Saturday, 3/11/2023 3:00 pm IN PERSON, virtual option available

SOCIAL CHANGE AND INDIGENOUS HISTORY AND WISDOM by Rob Ruehl – in person attendance is strongly encouraged as we will pause this presentation throughout for group discussion.  Rob Ruehl covers both the history of this land and its people, the impacts of the Doctrine of Discovery, Indigenous wisdom and cultural, spiritual, governmental, and economic principles, and lessons to be learned.

Masks please during the discussion so everyone feels comfortable joining in person.  An optional potluck will follow for those comfortable sharing a meal.

Contact Jennifer at with questions or to request registration help.