July 9 Presentation from 1-4 pm at Knappton Cove Heritage Center--the 'Ellis Island of the Columbia River'-- in Naselle in collaboration with Lt. Jesus Reyna, a Registered Nurse with the Department of Health and Human Services Office of Minority Health, who has been deployed twice to the US/Mexico border to work with unaccompanied minors.
What's it going to take for us to live together interculturally?
It's going to take people trusting one another and learning a new way forward through the spirit. (Don, Naselle)
It's going to take a well-informed, educated population, and a REAL understanding of our Constitution. (Tom, Naselle)
We need to get rid out outside influences. (Georgia, Naselle)