1:30 pm - 3:30 pm

UUCB’s Literature, Film, Drama and Music Contingent (LFDMC) is delighted to host a presentation on ZOOM by the Honoring Indigenous People’s Group (HIP).  Special guests are: Dr. Maria Michael, Lakota/Diné elder, healer, Kanyon Coyote Woman Sayers-Roods, Ohlone/Chumash artist, educator and Dr. Hertha Sweet Wong, mixed-race Native author, educator, UUCB member. 

In the Indigenous tradition of the potlatch, celebrations are held, gifts are generously given, wealth is shared, and community bonds are renewed. 

Join us as we celebrate and honor Indigenous stories, poems and music that teach, inspire and remind us of our deep connections with one another and the living world.


Join Zoom Meeting on November 12 at 1:30 p.m. 

Click HERE for the link.

Meeting ID: 814 1415 2399

Passcode: 476152

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Native American weaved basket; a Three Sisters Garden at the UU Church of Berkeley; a group of acorns