Monthly Readings & Resources from Goosefoot’s Anti-Racism Task Force: It’s Not the Month That Should Matter
Indigenous People's Day is celebrated annually on the second Monday of October. Native American Heritage Month is recognized every November. Did these observations pass you by? That's okay. It shouldn't be the month or day that matters, but the actions you take and your commitment to learning. Here are three resources to motivate us to action, no matter what the time of year it is.
Support local island nonprofits and collect a gift perfect for stocking stuffers, clients, employees, or gift exchanges.
Saturday, December 9 , 10am-3pm
Bayview Hall & Market Lot
Sunday, December 10 , 12-5pm
The Sears House, Lower Level, 2812 E. Meinhold Road
Pamela SeaMonster (Snohomish) is an Indigenous cultural educator who will share traditional stories while teaching you to create your cedarbark doll or angel.
Saturday, December 16 , 7-9pm
Taproom@Bayview Corner, 5603 Bayview Road
with Puff & Scrub
On view through January 7, 2024
A way for folks to find truly one-of-a-kind gifts at affordable prices while also supporting their friends and neighbors.
This November, we appreciate and recognize the tribes of the Lower Skagit, Swinomish, Suquamish, and Snohomish that call these lands home. Below are some readings that focus on the history and current status of local tribes.
Have you ever wondered what to do if you witness public instances of bigotry, racism, or other forms of discrimination? This month's readings offer some concrete actions and interventions bystanders can take to stand up for a person being targeted and stop further harm.
On view through November 6, 2023
Simple but complex beauty of the natural world telling stories belonging to Diane or those belonging to all of us.
We are presenting only two readings this month. There is much in the first direct and powerful article to reflect on for anyone reading it, even though its primary audience are those leading and working in non-profit organizations.