, 2023-01-19 04:55:54,
- By Native News Online Staff
This week and next, there’s an abundance of Indigenous arts and culture going on in Indian Country.
For starters, there’s the 41st Annual Colorado Indian Market, which is back in Denver this year. Plus, Cherokee actor DeLanna Studi performs her one-woman show, Indigenous curator Monica Buckle hosts an exploration of artifacts, and Chicago’s Mitchell Museum opens a thought-provoking traveling exhibit that spotlights the epidemic of stolen indigenous women, girls, and 2Spirits.
Here is Native News Online’s weekly round-up of arts, culture and entertainment offerings around Indian Country.
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Making Michigan: Dr. Bethany Hughes on Native Americans at U-M
Friday, Jan. 19, 7:00-9:00 p.m.
The University of Michigan has a complicated history with Native American communities, which were vital to its very existence. Join in for a discussion with Bethany Hughes, assistant professor of American Culture, on the historic and ongoing activism of Native American students. The talk will examine the founding of the Native American Student Association, the work to compel the University to recognize the promise of education made to Native…
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