Sharing the Continuing Story of Indigenous Peoples in New Jersey will address the history and continuity of tribal communities in the region and beyond. The panel will be moderated by Dr. Promotional materials for the event were created by Nahi.
This series was made possible with support from the New Jersey Council for the Humanities, a state partner of the National Endowment for the Humanities, and developed in partnership with the New Jersey Commission on American Indian Affairs. For well over a hundred years, Native American leaders and activists have rejected the use of the Indian Head, as well as other images as logos for schools, sports teams, advertisers, and even coins.
A member of the Sand Hill Band of Lenape, she is a tireless advocate for her people and for Native American history and rights generally.
She has lectured across the state on the Lenape people and is the recognized expert on the Sand Hill Band. Claire is also a member of the New Jersey Council on American Indian Afairs where she serves with diligence and distinction. After the ratification of the 19th Amendment, she reminded the rejoicing, newly enfranchised white women that the fight was not over.
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National Museum of American History. The National Park Service Community Assistance in Conservation and Outdoor Recreation program will provide technical assistance with locally-led conservation and outdoor recreation project. This is a great way to receive trail planning, concept des, facilitation, age, programming, partnership outreach and community engagement. By Chip Colwell Dr. Colwell is an anthropologist and museum curator in Denver.
University of Northern Colorado maintenance crew workers guide a pound bear totem pole top into a crate to be shipped back to the Tlingit Nation in Angoon, Alaska, where the totem originally stood and disappeared in Show Alerts. COVID is still active.
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An Opinion Piece. The 19th Amendment did not bring the right to vote to all Native women, but two experts in a conversation said it did usher in the possibility of change. By Cathleen D. Funding Opportunities.
The Andrew W. The return of ancestors and artifacts can become a form of restorative justice. Wisdom from the Past, Visions for the Future.