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Wicuhkemtultine Kinship Community

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Wicuhkemtultine Kinship Community (WKC) is located on a 200 acre farm on reclaimed land within tradition al Penobscot Territory. At WKC, we focus on kinship as an expression of relationality, cultural continuity, and as a means of preserving Indigenous knowledge systems through retained relationship and deep connection to the land.
The community is grounded in three core Wabanaki values:
N’dilnabamuk – honoring all our relations.
Alabezu – ensuring that everyone has enough to live their lives with dignity.
Wicuhkemtuline – helping one another.

We are currently in the process of building an education center at WKC that will provide Wabanaki Peoples a place to gain traditional and cultural land-based teachings and to support numerous activities that move us toward greater self-determination.

The learning center will also offer courses on:

  • Indigenous leadership
  • Decolonization
  • Social, Racial, and Environmental justice
  • Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation
  • Indigenous Ecological Knowledge
  • Matriarchy and the Maternal Gift Economy

The Learning Center at Wicuhkemtultine

We are actively fundraising to build out the Learning Center at Wicuhkemtultine. Click here to learn about the infrastructure projects we are planning and how you can support our work.

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