WHY ARE WE WALKING?
What do you do when a pandemic forces you to stay close to home… just as current issues of social and racial justice are sparking a reckoning with the past? You seek answers right where you live by walking and discovering the stories of the people who came before you, and of those around you today.
WHAT IS THE CAPE COD CAMINO WAY?
Over the summer of 2020, Peggy Jablonski walked through every town on Cape Cod, the peninsula she calls home, on a pilgrimage to reflect, listen, understand, and take action. The Cape Cod Camino Way is her story of asking questions, finding answers, and sharing what she has found. It is the story of building awareness toward true social justice action for the future. And it is a guide for creating a Camino Way walk of your own!
Come walk with us … and expand your understanding of Cape Cod and the world around you! Cape Cod Camino Way founder Peggy Jablonski will lead walking groups in Barnstable, Brewster and Provincetown in 2021.
Peggy will share stories on each walk based on the cultural, historical, environmental, and social issues of the area:
Barnstable: From the American Revolution to the present complexities of the economy and criminal justice system.
Brewster: The hidden history of local connections to the slave trade and the real story of the Wampanoag Nation.
Provincetown: The original Mayflower landing site, America’s oldest artists’ colony and LGBTQ+ haven.