Monthly Archives: November 2017

The women of Waru: ‘We get shit done’

Filmmaker Kath Akuhata-Brown looks at the unique challenges of making Waru, a film directed by eight Māori women. Beneath the yelling and screaming of our recent general election, as child poverty was being turned into a political platform, a group … Continue reading

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Agreement marks new chapter in Yale-Mohegan relationship

Yale and the Mohegan Tribe signed an agreement formalizing cooperation between the Peabody Museum and the tribe’s Tantaquidgeon Museum. Source: Agreement marks new chapter in Yale-Mohegan relationship

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A Lakota Archive

During American Indian Heritage Month, it is good to remember all of the excellent Native-run museums, archives, and galleries across the country that work hard to preserve cultural heritage and to educate the general public. The Heritage Center at the … Continue reading

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Hurricane Irma Unearths Calusa Village Site

  A recent posting on artnetnews, a blog site dedicated to information on art auctions and collecting from around the world, announced that Hurricane Irma had disturbed an ancient indigenous village site on Florida’s Marco Island: Hundreds of artifacts have … Continue reading

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