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Free WR Book and Museum Tour
Campus Equity and Inclusion Forum
This year’s choice of Western Reads, Tulalip From My Heart, is an autobiographical account of Harriette Shelton Dover, an influential leader of the Tulalip Indians, who provides critical insights into life on the Tulalip Reservation and resettlement in the Pacific Northwest. With a free copy of the book upon signing up, you can participate in a discussion and free tour of the Hibulb Cultural Center, located on a nature preserve and archiving Tulalip history, culture, and spiritual traditions. The day will end with a reception and free refreshments. There are two tour dates available on October 20th and November 3rd with groups of 25-30 people. Day Plan: 12-1pm: Shuttle from WWU to Hibulb Cultural Center* 1-2pm: Guided tour of exhibits 2-3pm: Discussion in the longhouse 3-4pm: Shuttle returns to WWU* *Shuttle transportation provided. Locations for pick-up/drop-off to be announced by email to registered participants. We hope to see you there!
When reading this book . . . Begin with self-reflection. Be curious about your responses to the book. Challenge yourself to think deeply about the content of the book. Examine your reactions and assumptions. When discussing this book . . . Speak from your own lived experience. Listen for understanding. Lean into discomfort. Ask permission to ask questions: not everyone may want to share. Respect each other’s boundaries. Invite respectful feedback. Be aware that your experience is unique and valid. Remember that everyone’s lived experience is unique and valid. Expect and accept non-closure.
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