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Greater Anderson Interfaith Network, as part of its Finding Common Ground series, presents “Native American Prophecy.”
The session will engage the audience on a comparative exploration of select Native American prophecies spanning from the militant visions of Popé in 1680 to the peaceful, racially-unifying visions of Black Elk in 1904. James B. Jeffries, Ph.D., Native American History & Religion, Clemson University, will reveal the revolutionary role played by religious prophets in bearing witness to millennial visions that served to counteract unprecedented pressures of dispossession.
Greater Anderson Interfaith Network (GAIN) works to build bridges of understanding between residents and visitors alike within Anderson and surrounding counties. GAIN’s “Finding Common Ground” series presents films, conversations, and panel discussions and lectures on a range of timely topics affecting Upstate communities.