Sat, Jun 12 | Zoom Webinar

All Land is Indigenous: Current Perspectives on Native Culture, History, and Representation

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All Land is Indigenous: Current Perspectives on Native Culture, History, and Representation

Time & Location

Jun 12, 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Zoom Webinar

About the Event

Join us for an interactive webinar with scholars and Indigenous leaders to learn about Native history, culture, and representation from a variety of perspectives.  Topics will include land acknowledgement, introduction to the Massachusett Tribe and its relationship to the Pawtucket and Agawam peoples on Cape Ann, research challenges found in the Colonial and Indigenous narratives, an overview of state and federal legislation affecting Indigenous communities, the unique legal status of Navajo Nation, thoughts on cultural appropriation, and more.  Panelists include: 

  • Thomas Green, Member of the Massachusett Tribe at Ponkapoag
  • Mary Ellen Lepionka, Historian and Anthropologist
  • Dr. James Nez, Esq.:  Doctor of Behavioral Health and Member of the Navajo Nation

The webinar is FREE, but advanced registration is required to receive the secure Zoom link prior to the event.  See you there!

Registration is Closed

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