The Gatherings – a book discussion with Shirley N. Hager and Wayne A. Newell

Virtual Event

Thirty years ago, a group of Indigenous and non-Indigenous individuals came together in Wabanaki territory to explore some of the questions at the heart of Truth and Healing efforts in the U.S. and Canada. “The Gatherings: Reimagining Indigenous-Settler Relations” tells the story of these meetings in the words of those participants.   Shirley N. Hager and Wayne A. Newell will discuss the […]

Indigenous Perspectives on Sustainability and the Arts with JoAnn Chase

Indigenous Perspectives on Sustainability and the Arts with JoAnn Chase Presented by the BU Arts Initiative, BU Sustainability, and the Howard Thurman Center for Common Ground, part of the Indigenous Voices in the Americas series. Presenter: JoAnn Chase, (COM ’85) Director, American Indian Environmental Office, Office of International and Tribal Affairs Date: Thursday, Mar. 31st […]

Boston Premiere of Bounty Film

Bounty reveals the hidden story of the Phips Proclamation, one of many scalp-bounty proclamations used to exterminate Native people in order to take their land in what is now New England. In the film, Penobscot parents and children resist erasure and commemorate survival by reading and reacting to the government-issued Phips Proclamation’s call for colonial […]

Kids Week at the Pequot Museum

Kids Week at the Pequot Museum! Families and friends are invited to join the Pequot Museum for a week of native crafts, fun and edu-tainment. EVERYONE WELCOME! Each day they will have crafts and special highlights in the museum Gathering Space and various tours and workshops. Workshops, Tours and Bingo are on a first come […]

Annette Saunooke Clapsaddle Speaking Event

Annette Saunooke Clapsaddle, an award-winning author, will speak Thursday at the Kingsport Public Library during a program hosted by the Friends of the Kingsport Public Library. Clapsaddle, a citizen of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, will be speaking about her writing as well as her award-winning novel, “Even As We Breathe.” She will speak […]

Hearing the Light | An Evening of Traditional Mi’kmaq Storytelling with David Lonebear

Hearing the Light | An Evening of Traditional Mi’kmaq Storytelling with David Lonebear Location: 10 Mayo Street, Portland, Maine 04101, US May 5 at 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm Eastern Event Website David Lonebear Sanipass is an Elder, Artist, and Storyteller from the Mi’kmaq Nation. He weaves traditional Mi’kmaq stories with his personal experiences while […]

Three Sisters – a staged reading of a play

Paragon Casino Resort 711 Paragon Place, Marksville

May 21 at 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm Central Three Sisters Set in the Bayous of Avoyelles Parish, a staged reading of a play by Carolyn Dunn, directed by Sarah dAngelo, will be held at Paragon Casino Resort on Friday & Saturday, May 20 & 21, 2022, at 7PM. This FREE event is sponsored by […]

Coffee + Conversation with Nikki Bass, Nansemond Tribal Council

123 Easy Street, Nashville

This month the Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art will be joined by Nikki Bass, Nansemond Tribal Council Member. They will look at selected works of art from Maya Lin: A Study of Water and discuss the work of the Nansemond Indian Nation to rebuild their connection to their ancestral waterway, after centuries of displacement. Date […]

The Way We See the World: Exploring Indigenous Representation in Film

Join the Museum of the Cherokee Indian for an evening celebrating Indigenous filmmakers and film. All proceeds directly support Community Learning and Educational Programming at MCI. Limited general admission tickets are available to enrolled members of federally recognized Tribal Nations at no charge. Learn more and request tickets here. Panel Discussion with Indigenous Filmmakers Special […]

Wampanoag Heritage Day

Heritage Museums & Gardens will celebrate the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe with a Wampanoag Heritage Day featuring hands-on activities, traditional crafts (including corn husk doll-making and beading on a community loom project), a storybook reading and performances by the Wampanoag Singers & Dancers. Participants can learn more about the museum's historic wetu dwelling reproduction, the demonstration […]

Free screening of “Bounty” and “First Light” at the Aquinnah Cultural Center

DAWNLAND FILMS Monday, August 8 7:30 PM at the Aquinnah Circle Preceded by music performed by Wampanoag tribe member and flutist Carole Vandal Upstander Project co-founder and learning director Mishy Lesser will introduce the films and lead a discussion after the screening This is a free, non-ticketed event presented in partnership with the Upstander Project; […]