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DONNA BARRONRecipient, "2013 Outstanding Advocate for Cultural & Historical Education"The Native American Indian Alliance Historical Society recently named Donna Barron as a recipient of a 2013 OUTSTANDING ADVOCATE FOR CULTURAL & HISTORICAL EDUCATION AWARD. Donna will be honored on Wednesday, April 24th at The Woodlands Mansion, Woodbury, N.Y., for her outstanding contributions toward the advancement of multi-culturalism and historical education.Please help support Donna Barron in her goal to raise a minimum of $1,000 for this important fundraiser.Proceeds support the Native American Indian Alliance Historical Society's important programs and services!
Donna is a Montaukett Tribal member, a published Author, a Craft Maker and a Crossing Guard.Donna’s third Great Uncle James E. Wild Pigeon Waters was once Chief, Sachem of the Montaukett Tribe of Long Island New York and much of Donna’s research and writing focuses on her ancestry and the history of her people, many of whom lived on the North Shore of Long Island.Donna has already had two books published and her third book will be out this Spring.This past October Donna underwent a re-naming ceremony in which Montaukett Chief Robert Wyandanch Pharaoh bestowed upon her the native spirit name “Truth Seeker,” a fitting name for Donna who personal mission it is to uncover the true history of ancestors and to publish it for all the world to see.When not focusing on familial history, Donna devotes her energies toward inspiring young people to learn of and respect not only their ancestry but also the ancestry of others.
The 2013 ADVOCATES FOR CULTURAL & HISTORICAL EDUCATION AWARDS takes place on Wednesday, April 24, 2014, 6pm to 8pm, at The Woodlands Mansion, Woodbury. N.Y.. To register or for more information, call Tracey Gittere at (516) 222-0550 or TGittere@LegendaryEvents.net
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