Michelle will conduct a Witness to Injustice blanket exercise which is a facilitated interactive process that takes people through 500 years of colonization in the Americas.
Breakfast entrees, hot and cold, are served at 7:45 am in the dining room. Juices, yogurt and fresh fruit are also available. Coffee, tea and decaf are available 24/7.
Michelle Schenandoah (Oneida Nation, Wolf Clan) will conduct a Witness to Injustice blanket exercise which is a facilitated interactive process that takes people through 500 years of colonization in the Americas. It includes a talking circle afterward.
Lunch will be at the Homestead, served at 12:00 pm. Lunch buffet includes a salad bar daily in addition to featured entrees, beverages and desserts
Michelle will give a presentation and screen 1-2 of her films, An Indigenous Response to #MeToo with a facilitated conversation, and one or two of my short films on protégé narratives about Indigenous women.
At 6:00 p.m. will be in the main dining room. All meals are freshly prepared using only locally-sourced, seasonal ingredients. Dinner includes a main entre (let us know if you’d prefer a vegetarian menu upon registration), full salad bar, homemade dessert, and beverage choices of coffee, iced tea, lemonade, and water.
On this our last night together we continue a long-standing Watson tradition of making hand-crank ice cream. Afterwards, if we’re lucky, the skies will be clear so we can enjoy the stars or the moonrise around a campfire. Watson’s remote location affords great dark sky viewing!