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FUNDRAISER TO BENEFIT THE MOHAWK COMMUNITY
Cinema Arts Centre
Huntington, NY
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FUNDRAISER TO BENEFIT THE MOHAWK COMMUNITY
Sunday, May 23, 9am - 1:45pm

Cinema Arts Centre, 423 Park Ave, Huntington, NY
Program includes Native American music and dance, film, panel discussion and food.

Tickets for this Special Benefit: $15

www.CinemaArtsCentre.org, or calling 800-838-3006
FUNDRAISER TO BENEFIT THE MOHAWK* COMMUNITY
An off-reservation community located on the ancient ancestral
New York State homelands of the Mohawk Nation.
9am  9:45am  Breakfast and meet and greet with TOM PORTER
Includes Book Signing of Tom Porter's books:
And Grandma Said... Iriquois Teachings As Passed Down Through The Oral Tradition
Kanatsiohareke: Traditional Mohawk Indians Return to Their Ancestral Homeland
It was established in 1993 under the leadership of Tom Porter, Mohawk/Bear
Clan Spiritual Leader. A small group of traditional Mohawks farm, cultivate
and preserve their land in the Mohawk Valley. Their goal is to provide a
community where other Mohawk people will join with them to revitalize
their culture: language, traditions and spirituality for generations to come.

An off-reservation community located on the ancient ancestral
New York State homelands of the Mohawk Nation.
9am  9:45am  Breakfast and meet and greet with TOM PORTER
Includes Book Signing of Tom Porter's books:
And Grandma Said... Iriquois Teachings As Passed Down Through The Oral Tradition
Kanatsiohareke: Traditional Mohawk Indians Return to Their Ancestral Homeland
It was established in 1993 under the leadership of Tom Porter, Mohawk/Bear
Clan Spiritual Leader. A small group of traditional Mohawks farm, cultivate
and preserve their land in the Mohawk Valley. Their goal is to provide a
community where other Mohawk people will join with them to revitalize
their culture: language, traditions and spirituality for generations to come.

FEATURING:
Kay Olan, Mohawk Storytelling
Music by the group Matou (a Maori word that means us)
Indigenous peoples from around the world presenting stories & history
in traditional, contemporary music & also traditional Mohawk music & dance
Film Screening: THESE ARE MY PEOPLE
A first film made by a Mohawk film crew tracing ihe impact of
the European invasion and the return to Longhouse Religious tradition.
Film Screening: WALKING THE SAME LAND
An Aborigines dance company performs & shares their culture with
the Mohawk Kanatsiohareke community
For further information, please contact BOB VETER, 631-878-8655
Closing of Program: Audience discussion with Tom Porter & Tiokesin GhostHorse,
Host of First Voices Indigenous Radio @ 99.5 WBAI every Thursday at 10am
Tickets for this Special Benefit: $15

Sunday, May 23, 9am - 1:45pm
Cinema Arts Centre, 423 Park Ave, Huntington, NY
Program includes Native American music and dance, film, panel discussion and food
*The traditional name for the people known as Mohawk is Kanienkehaka (pronounced Ga-Nyeh-Ga-Ha-Ga ), meaning "people of the flint."

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Cinema Arts Centre
423 Park Ave
Huntington, NY 11731
United States


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Film

Kid Friendly: No
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: No
Wheelchair Accessible: No

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