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Finding Our Place in the Inland Northwest

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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. Finding Our Place in the Inland Northwest is a documentary and discussion series 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 from all walks of life.

Dates and topics for our sessions are as follows:

  • Sept. 8th – When Country Becomes City (rapid development and population growth)
  • Sept. 22nd – Owners and Workers (history and present day in mining, lumber, hospitality, etc.)
  • Oct. 13th – Paycheck to Paycheck (working poor, unable to pay bills with earnings)
  • Oct. 27th – Displaced in One’s Own Homeland (Native American tribes in this region)
  • Nov. 10 - Being Not White in North Idaho (racial demographics and impact)
  • Dec. 8th – Who Is My Neighbor? (citizenship and civil life in times of confrontation)

We will announce locations shortly. 

Funding for this series is provided by the Project Neighborly Grant through the Idaho Community Foundation.

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