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Annawon Weeden

First Light Foundation
Strategic Consulting

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Mashpee, MA 02649
United States

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22

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Educational institutions, performances, artist residency, consultation, professional development for educators, museums, libraries, college, schools, parks, public events.

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First Light Foundation focuses on education pertaining to the indigenous tribes of New England and beyond. As an enrolled member of the Mashpee Wampanoag tribe of Cape Cod Massachusetts, it's become a long standing tradition to visit all levels of schools. Whether appearing in classrooms, while meeting state curriculum framework requirements specific to the Wampanoag history outlined by the DOE, or working in collaboration with collegiate staff on curriculum development. Education is approached from a large variety of angles including arts, environmental resources, cooking demonstrations and much more. Being raised with the folklore and traditions of the Narragansett tribal reservation in Rhode Island and currently employed as a cultural instructor for the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation of Connecticut, Annawon Weeden is a name many have come to trust. First Light Fun features a variety of programming opportunities hosted by National Park Service, Smithsonian, Mass Bay Transportation Authority, U.S. District Courts, Nike, Reebok, Raytheon and many other notable corporations and institutions. However, intimate settings such as Boston Public/John F. Kennedy Memorial Library, sightseeing tours, birthdays and many other events prove that no job is too small. As an individual, Annawon has been featured in a number of films including "We Shall Remain" (PBS/American Experience), History & Discovery Channels and most recently "The Witch" (Robert Eggers/A24). His work has also been featured by Scholastic, National Geographic and many other publications as well.

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