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Finding Our Place in the Inland Northwest Documentary & Discussion Series

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Human Rights Education Institute

414 West Fort Grounds Drive

Coeur d'Alene, ID 83814

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Documentary and Discussion on living in the Inland Northwest and the impact of historical and recent events that shape our community.

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Finding Our Place in the Inland Northwest

Documentary and Discussion Series

Thursday evenings, 6:00pm – 8:00pm

Locations: Human Rights Education Institute and St. Luke’s Episcopal Church

414 Fort Grounds Drive 501 E. Wallace Avenue

Many of us live and work here but do not know what has shaped and is shaping

the culture and social realities of this region.

This series is intended to create opportunities for thoughtful small group public discussions about some of the realities, challenges, and opportunities that are part of life in the inland Northwest. Small group discussions following documentary-viewing will be facilitated to help us think together and share our own experiences and insights as we seek wisdom together.

This is an inclusive event for all people of all faiths across our community.

FALL 2021

Sept. 30th – When Country Becomes City at HREI

Population increase, influx, and what it means to become a city

Oct. 14th – Owners and Laborers at St. Luke’s

History of mining and owner-labor relations

Oct. 28th – Farm, Field, and Forest at HREI

How we have used and managed land resources

Nov. 11th – Displaced in One's Homeland at St. Luke’s

Experience of Native American Tribes of the region

WINTER 2022

Jan. 13th – Paycheck to Paycheck at HREI

Poverty and working class conditions in the region

Jan. 27th – Being Not White in North Idaho at St. Luke’s

Race relations, racism, and efforts against racism in the region

Feb. 10th – The Fairer Sex? at HREI

Women, sex, and reproduction in the region

Mar. 10th – Who Is My Neighbor? at St. Luke’s

White supremacy and white nationalism, and their effect on the region

Each event will be offered hybrid: simultaneously in-person and virtual.

In the event that COVID numbers increase and meeting restrictions occur, we will move solely to a Zoom format.

For further information on this series, please contact St. Luke’s at 208-664-5533.

Hosted by the Human Rights Education Institute, St. Luke's Episcopal Church and the Museum of North Idaho.

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Human Rights Education Institute

414 West Fort Grounds Drive

Coeur d'Alene, ID 83814

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Human Rights Education Institute is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting human rights for all citizens in our community through our efforts to strengthen the voices of those who otherwise may not have a strong voice, by promoting human dignity, and by encouraging a more just society.

We provide cultural and historical educational opportunities for all age groups that promote embracing our differences. We teach that diversity is something we should value and not fear through exhibits, speakers, and educational programming. We also provide curriculum for teachers in our community that can be integrated into their daily classwork that promote dignity, compassion, and inclusion for all.

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