WHAT WE DID:
Lewis organized plenty of entertainment, food, and lots of volunteers from the neighborhood. Hotdogs, chips, and water were served thanks to Sharon Amos and Martin Wilson opening up their home a few doors down from the reservation for electricity use, trash pick-up, and restrooms for those who attended. 10 volunteers shuttled people up to the reservation, and the new trail allowed many to walk to the reservation. Three speakers, three poets, and two musical performances took the stage retelling the past, observing the present, and assuring the future. The National Parks service put on a reenactment, dressing like Union soldiers, and Dr. Clark White reenacted a slave auction with the help of several youth.