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Presentation by Rev. John R. Norwood & Family

  • The Hopewell Museum 28 E. Broad St. Hopewell, New Jersey 08525 (map)

Reverend Norwood is the Principal Justice of the Tribal Supreme Court and Councilman-at-Large for the Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape Nation in South Jersey. He will offer a presentation on the history and current work of the Nanticoke Lenni-Lanape Nation followed by a question and answer session. He will be joined by his wife, Mrs. Tanya Smiling SpiritDove Norwood. Mrs. Norwood represents her tribe as an alternate delegate to the National Congress of American Indians, the oldest and largest organization of tribal governments in the United States. Also joining them will be their daughter, Trinity Happy-Dancing-Feather Norwood. She is the creator of the nonprofit organization, Native New Jersey. Native New Jersey is dedicated to spreading awareness, dispelling stereotypes and misconceptions about Native people, and educating both students and teachers alike about Native history, culture, and current event. Takes place at the Hopewell Museum.

Earlier Event: May 25
The Architecture of Hopewell