Gather Film Screening- Hope’s Harvest RI Fundraiser for the Tomaquag Museum

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(Enter “HHRI Gather” in the “add special instructions to the seller” section when making your donation.)

As part of our ongoing commitment to local food sovereignty, Hope’s Harvest RI is honored to partner with Rhode Island’s only museum centered on the indigenous peoples of our area, the Tomaquag Museum, located in Exeter RI, to share and discuss “Gather,” one of the season’s most talked-about documentaries.

New York Time’s Critic’s Pick, “Gather” takes an intimate look at Native Americans across the United States reclaiming cultural, political, and spiritual identities through the food sovereignty movement. Join us for a screening and discussion panel with local indigenous educators and leaders to discuss the film and how people are fighting for food sovereignty in our own communities.

As an Indigenous cultural education center, the Tomaquag Museum creates experiences and promotes thoughtful dialog to transform and broaden people’s perspectives, attitudes, and knowledge of Indigenous cultures. Don’t miss this invaluable opportunity to learn and engage in a conversation about food justice in our community and across the nation.

When can I see the film?

Anytime you want between October 27 at 6 p.m. until October 29 at 6 p.m.

After registering, you will receive a custom link to view the film at your convenience.

When is the panel?

Hope’s Harvest RI and the Tomaquag Museum will host an invitation-only panel via Zoom on October 29 from 6-8 p.m.

After registering, you will also receive a custom link to the panel discussion.

Is it free?

We suggest a donation of $10-$50. 100% of proceeds will go to the Tomaquag Museum to support their programming.

DONATE HERE and enter “HHRI Gather” in the “add special instructions to the seller” section when making your donation.

On the Panel:

Lorén M. Spears, Narragansett, Executive Director of Tomaquag Museum, holds a Master’s in Education and received a Doctor of Humane Letters, honoris causa, from the University of Rhode Island for her dedicated work. She is an author, traditional artist, and shares her cultural knowledge with the public through museum programs.

(Additional panelists to be announced.)

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