Cape Cod Camino Way

Speaker: Peggy Jablonski
Tuesday, March 8, 2022 – 5:00 PM

The Cape Cod Camino Way explores history through the lens of social justice, and brings the past to life. In this program, you will digitally “walk” across Cape Cod with Peggy Jablonski, founder of the Cape Cod Camino Way project. We will travel to the past examining issues such as women and people of color in science, the sea captains of Brewster and connections to the Triangle Trade, the Wampanoag story connected with the Mayflower, the free spirit and artistry of Provincetown, and more.

About Peggy Jablonski: Since 2013, Jablonski has lived in Brewster full time, only crossing the bridge to the “mainland” for consulting and higher education work. As a university administrator, she became exposed to theories multiculturalism, diversity, equity, and inclusion. She worked as an “ally” for decades to create and sustain programs and services that would meet the needs of all students. Starting with a Master’s degree program at UMass Amherst in the early 1980s, and continuing throughout her career, she sought to understand the systems she was a part of, and to change them for the better.

Read more about Peggy and Cape Cod Camino Way HERE.

Reservations are available by clicking HERE.  Zoom link will be sent 1 hour prior to the start of the talk, you can join 15 minutes before the start.

Admission: $10, Members are Free