An Introduction: Stories of The North
"Stories of the North" will be an overview of the importance of storytelling. Most importantly, we will talk about how the stories we tell shape our perceptions of who belongs to a place, and who belongs in our communities. Storytelling is power, and one way humans have exerted power over others is by controlling the stories we tell about who we are and how we came to be. Telling everyone's stories not only gives us a more accurate picture of the world; it also helps to address systemic power imbalances.
Presented by Jessy Carlson
May 21st 7pm
Location: CCHE or Zoom depending on social distancing requirements
Registration: 218-387-3411 | [email protected] | www.mycche.org
Sharing of stories matters - creating a more inclusive, accurate, and more vibrant, picture of the place we call home.
Stories of the North:
Women of the Boundary Waters: June 17
African Americans in the Fur Trade: July 15
Diplomats of the Great Lakes Region: August 19
Sponsored by: Sawbill Canoe Outfitter
Date & Time
May 21, 2020
7:00PM - 8:30PM
Schools & Education Grand Marais Hovland / Arrowhead Trail Grand Portage Gunflint Trail Lutsen Hovland Tofte / Schroeder