And So We Walked is DeLanna Studi’s story of recreating the Trail of Tears with her father, simultaneously reuniting with her Cherokee heritage and her family. Celebrate the play and learn about Mt. Hood Cherokees, the local satellite chapter of the Cherokee Nation. Members David Crawford and Rebecca Goss will discuss Cherokee history and sovereignty and what And So We Walked means to their community. Enjoy free snacks and complimentary drinks until 7:00 p.m.
Mt. Hood Cherokees (MHC) is a community of Cherokees dedicated to Cherokee history, culture, heritage, tradition and fellowship. Most of our members reside in Oregon and SW Washington. We are a satellite community of the Cherokee Nation and act as the official point of connection between the Cherokee Nation and its Mt. Hood Cherokee citizens. We have come together on the basis of our shared history and heritage, and out of an interest in the continuation of and a love for the Cherokee People and Nation. We are a non-political, non-profit organization.
Fees : Free