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Art & Design, Social Justice
Elizabeth LaPensée (Anishinaabe, Métis, and a little Irish) creates video games inspired by her indigenous heritage to help heal intergenerational trauma.
Professor Wesley Thomas and graduate student Sharon Nelson have been key to the program’s inception, relevance, and dramatic growth.
My mother saved 439 letters for each day they were separated, August 1944 through November 1945.
Art & Design, History
In 1950, the Bureau of Indian Affairs opened the Intermountain Indian School in Brigham City, sixty miles north of Salt Lake City.
The Pocahontas Reframed: Storytellers Film Festival opens November 15 in Richmond, Virginia.
Music, Social Justice
Mariachi Arcoiris de Los Angeles is named for the rainbow flag and the city that makes the group possible.
Immigration & Migration, Language
When Oswaldo Martín immigrated to East Oakland, California, nineteen years ago, no one in his class or neighborhood spoke his language.
Celebrations, Religion & Spirituality
Has the tradition changed? Of course. Has it left behind the indigenous roots or the Catholic meaning? Not entirely.
Here in Baile an Fheirtéaraigh (Ballyferriter Village), the language is not some abstract entity, but embedded in the world around us.
Cultural Transmission, Work Life
Tibetan traditions, knowledge, and skills are disappearing so quickly, but documentation plays a vital role in sustaining our cultural identity.