Pacific Indigenous scholar Dr. Gerry Ebalaroza-Tunnell will present "Building Community Through Decolonization" at 7 pm Wednesday, September 20 in person at San Juan Island Library and via Zoom.
Through a personal journey of rediscovery, Dr. G will delve into her ancestry, confront internalized oppression, and provide a roadmap for decolonization. Drawing upon the theories of the colonized mind, she will demonstrate how the events of colonization continue to shape our present and how our everyday choices can pave the way for our future.
Don’t miss this opportunity to broaden your horizons and chart a path towards a more inclusive and empowered future. Join us for an engaging presentation that promises to challenge and inspire.
This is a hybrid event, held both in person at the Library and streamed online via Zoom. To register and receive the Zoom link, please visit the Library’s online events calendar at www.sjlib.org, or contact Frankie Thomas at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you wish to attend in person, registration is not required.
This is the final installment of a three-part speaker series hosted by the San Juan Island Library and The Madrona Institute, with funding from the San Juan Island Community Foundation 2022 County Fair Giving Campaign.