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Nov 3, 2017 | Insights

Inclusion Initiative Visits Grantee Networks in Mashpee

Members of TSNE’ Inclusion Initiative grant program traveled to Mashpee, Mass. last month to take part in a combined meeting of several of the grantee networks. Here are some photos from the meeting at the Wampanoag Language Children’s House Network. Learn about how the Mashpee Wampanoag tribe is bring its language back from extinction in this WBUR article.


Inclusion Inclusion grantee networks from Boston and Rhode Island gather in Mashpee at the Wampanoag Tribal Offices, to share stories and strategies for their work.



Jennifer Weston, of the Wampanoag Language Children’s House Network makes a point while Sarah Flint, of the Blue Hill Corridor Planning Corridor Network, listens.



A teacher with the Muksayuhsak Weekuw immersion preschool talks about the curriculum with members of the Indigenous Empowerment Network from Exeter, R.I.



Jennifer Weston talks about Muksayuhsak Weekuw immersion preschool and the importance of Wamponoag culture and values of at the center of the educational experience.