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Wampanoag Takeover

Tuesday, April 25

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The Wampanoag have been stewarding their land for over 10,000 years across several of the Eastern States of the USA including Massachusetts. Their land was the land the Pilgrim Fathers landed on and colonised, creating settlements that established modern America to the detriment of the Wampanoag nation.

The voice of the Wampanoag was silenced. Following We Are The Land in The Lyric auditorium, the Wampanoag Takeover is an opportunity to understand their relationship to the soil, how it was taken away and how the tribe have re-established themselves written and performed by the tribe, for the first time in history.

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