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Meet at the kiosk in the parking lot of the Sandy River Delta just off Exit 18 on I-84.

This virtual workshop is for educators across multiple content areas and will provide space to align with Oregon’s Tribal History/Shared History (Senate Bill 13) and Washington’s Since Time Immemorial through asynchronous and synchronous learning.

On February 12, 1974, US District Court Judge George Boldt rendered what some consider one of the most significant court decisions issued during the twentieth century involving Native rights. To commemorate the fiftieth anniversary of the Boldt Decision, WSHS is hosting a symposium exploring the history of this ruling that served as an affirmation of Tribal fishing rights and sovereignty.


We will showcase sponsors of this gathering like you through all communications surrounding the event, including social media, our newsletter to 6,500 friends, and visual and verbal recognition during the gathering itself.