Reclaiming Our Indigenous Power or Why Our Indigeneity Counts (Part II) is an evening of dialogue, film, and music about climate change, environmental harm and community interests to be held on Monday, July 29th 7p Parish Hall 1802 Abercorn St. The Collegiate Church of St. Paul the Apostle, Savannah, GA, 34th and Abercorn Street. Free. Rain or shine
As a follow-up to the recent Traces of the Trade screening and dialogue, this program also engages connections between slave enterprise and ‘prime concern’ issues outlined in Savannah’s Integrity Threat assessment. A participatory musical jam commemorating historic locally produced culture will be featured. Drumfolk Shout and Music Society! (a new ensemble dedicated to crucial Gullah Geechee corridor protest expression: the sounds of Escape, Rebellion and Freedom) will provide instruments and content.