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Stephanie Craig discussion on “Fear & Belonging”

Creswell Public Library present an evening discussion with Stephanie Craig, a Kalapuya woman on traditions, the loss of those traditions, and reclaiming or continuing them. What is more terrifying than watching cultural traditions move from the active world to a museum? And do cultural artifacts belong in museums, and if so, which museums do they belong to? Stephanie is an expert on Kalapuya weaving who makes replica baskets for museums and works to pass her knowledge on.

This event is supported by a grant from Oregon Humanities

Event | April 8, 2024

Boarding School Inheritance

Nolan James Briden writes intergenerational trauma and incarceration in this excerpt from Prisons Have a Long Memory: Life Inside Oregon’s Oldest Prison, a collection of writing by prisoners at Oregon State Penitentiary.

Beyond the Margins | February 3, 2023

Telling Our Story

May Saechao writes about how the Iu Mien community connects to history and traditions across time and distance.

Magazine | August 24, 2022

Beyond Horses

Dani Nichols on rekindling a connection to the land and a way of life.

Beyond the Margins | February 25, 2022