The Doctrine of Discovery: Unmasking the Domination Code

Published Christine Pierre-Lys - Fri, 10/30/2015 - 4:39pm

Join us for "A powerful documentary film of historical truth, spirituality and resistance"

Dakota filmmaker Sheldon Wolfchild's compelling documentary is premised on Pagans in the Promised Land: Decoding the Doctrine of Christian Discovery, a book based on two decades of research by Shawnee, Lenape scholar Steven T.Newcomb. The film tells the story of how little known Vatican documents of the fifteenth century resulted in a tragic global momentum of domination and dehumanization. This led to law systems in the United States and Canada and elsewhere in the world, that are still being used against Original Nations and Peoples to this day. The film concludes with traditional teachings developed over thousands of years that provide a much needed alternative for humans and the ecological systems of Mother Earth at this time.

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Joining us in discussion will be Bobby C. Billie, who is part of the Council of the Original Miccosukee Simanolee Nation.

 

"Bobbie C. Billie is an Educator and Environmental and Aboriginal Rights advocate. He has assisted individuals and groups across the State of Florida and beyond in their environmental struggles and continually educates on the importance of biodiversity of Nature and caring for the Natural Systems.

He has been instrumental in bringing awareness and change in how we view our world in relationship to nature and other cultures.Bobby C. Billie led a 725 mile Walk for the Earth in 1996 from the Everglades to Tallahassee.

He is a strong spokesperson for the rights of Aboriginal People and Environmental Justice and has litigation efforts to protect the Water, Wetlands, and Aboriginal Burial Grounds and Sacred Sites throughout Florida.

Bobby C. Billie works with federal, state, county, and city governments in the protection of Aboriginal Grounds and Repatriations of Aboriginal Human Remains and their Belongings. He participated in NAGPRA Workshops and has been a speaker at the NAGPRA Review Committee Meetings.

Bobby C. Billie has initiated mound restoration projects across the state of Florida and has served as a consultant in planning when there is development n areas of Aboriginal Grounds. He served on the Blueways Advisory Board in St. Lucie County.

Bobby C. Billie received the Florida Peace and Justice Dr. Spock Award in 1996, the Sierra Club Cypress award in 1999 and has received numerous certificates of appreciation for his efforts."

-Council of the Original Miccosukee Simanolee Nation

 

Cost: 
$5-10 Suggested donation
When:
Wed, 11/18/2015 - 6:00pm
Cost: 
$5-10 Suggested donation