LeeLee Phillips' Photos--Stop the King Philip's War Game March 20, 2010
Julianne Jennings, who organized the event, offers some initial thoughts:
We had about 75 people in attendance. Can't complain for such short notice.
We did receive lots of media coverage.
Hopefully it will get the ball rolling.
Indian Country Today, The Providence American, Providence Journal, and the Salem Gazett were all there.
Attendees were given the opportunity to voice their concerns.
Annawon Weeden, Wampanoag; Randy Noka, Narragansett; Sachem Seawolf from the Chappaquidick and the Eastern Medicine Singers drum group and many friends.
The event will run in papers in a few days.
In Providence, tribal members protest planned board game
Comment: For more on the subject, see Train the Holocaust Game and Designer Defends King Philip's War Game.