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Our Meeting has a special connection with the Friends International Bilingual Center (FIBC), Bolivia. Director Emma Condori Mamani has visited with us and presented about their efforts to help educate and develop programs in their community. We wish them well during these turbulent times.
Madison Wisconsin is situated on the ancestral lands of the Ho-Chunk (Winnebago) People. The Ho-Chunk describe themselves as the Hochungra, which translates to “People of the Sacred Language.” The chronicle of displacement and seizing of Ho-Chunk land by the U.S. and Wisconsin governments is long, complex and tragic. Correspondingly, their history of persistence and survival is extraordinary. To learn more about the Ho-Chunk, the book “Indigenous Nations of Wisconsin” by Patty Loew is a good resource.
Registration is now open for the NYM Annual Session May 24-27, 2019 at the Wisconsin Lions Camp in Rosholt, Wisconsin.
Early Registration April 1-14
WHAT’S GOING ON IN FIRST DAY SCHOOL?
The new FDS year started out nicely with a good turnout at the annual pancake breakfast. Thanks to Bob Newbery once again and to all the helpers, young and older, who made the event work!
Registration is now open for Northern Yearly Meeting Annual Session, May 25-28 at the Wisconsin Lions Camp in Rosholt, Wisconsin
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