Events

Wampanoag Nation: People of the First Light – Speaker/Discussion Series

The Truro Historical Society is hosting a series of talks to accompany their upcoming “Wampanoag Nation: People of the First Light” exhibition. June 9: Jennifer Weston: “Reviving the Wampanoag Language” June 16: Andrew Lipman: “The Death and Life of Squanto” July 7: Drew Lopenzina: “400 Years of Settlement Through an Indian’s Looking-Glass” July 14: Voices of Indigenous Poets: Lucy […]

Wampanoag Nation: People of the First Light – Speaker/Discussion Series

The Truro Historical Society is hosting a series of talks to accompany their upcoming “Wampanoag Nation: People of the First Light” exhibition. June 9: Jennifer Weston: “Reviving the Wampanoag Language” June 16: Andrew Lipman: “The Death and Life of Squanto” July 7: Drew Lopenzina: “400 Years of Settlement Through an Indian’s Looking-Glass” July 14: Voices of Indigenous Poets: Lucy […]

Wampanoag Nation: People of the First Light – Speaker/Discussion Series

The Truro Historical Society is hosting a series of talks to accompany their upcoming “Wampanoag Nation: People of the First Light” exhibition. June 9: Jennifer Weston: “Reviving the Wampanoag Language” June 16: Andrew Lipman: “The Death and Life of Squanto” July 7: Drew Lopenzina: “400 Years of Settlement Through an Indian’s Looking-Glass” July 14: Voices of Indigenous Poets: Lucy […]

Wampanoag Nation: People of the First Light – Speaker/Discussion Series

The Truro Historical Society is hosting a series of talks to accompany their upcoming “Wampanoag Nation: People of the First Light” exhibition. June 9: Jennifer Weston: “Reviving the Wampanoag Language” June 16: Andrew Lipman: “The Death and Life of Squanto” July 7: Drew Lopenzina: “400 Years of Settlement Through an Indian’s Looking-Glass” July 14: Voices of Indigenous Poets: Lucy […]

Visual Arts Center of New Jersey to Host Community Opening Day in Support of Fall Exhibitions

123 Easy Street, Nashville

The event, which will take place during Indigenous People's weekend, on Saturday, October 9, from 1-6 PM, will include tours of the exhibitions; samples of Indigenous food provided by Buffalo Jump NYC; and performances throughout the day by the Silver Cloud Singers & Dancers, an intertribal Native American singing and dance troupe that weaves together […]

DAWNLAND, DEAR GEORGINA & FIRST LIGHT screenings

Wednesday October 27 at 7:00pm ET / 4:00pm PT Online: 54-minute broadcast edition of Dawnland and short film Dear Georgina Join Esther Anne (Passamaquoddy) of Wabanaki REACH, TRC co-chair and commissioner, gkisedtanamoogk (Mashpee Wampanoag), and co-director Adam Mazo for a live conversation after the film. This event is co-sponsored by the Cook Memorial Library and the Chocorua […]

Martha Redbone Roots Project, a concert at Bowker Auditorium

123 Easy Street, Nashville

Paper City Clothing in Holyoke, 50 Arrow Gallery in Easthampton and the University of Massachusetts Amherst are highlighting contemporary Indigenous artists during Native American Heritage Month. UMass will host the Martha Redbone Roots Project, a concert at Bowker Auditorium on Tuesday, Nov. 9, at 7:30 p.m. Martha Redbone is a Native and African American vocalist, […]

“Bounty” Live World Premiere

November 10 at 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM CST We are citizens of the Penobscot Nation. For this film, we bring our families to Boston to read our ancestors’ death warrant. This abhorrent proclamation, made in 1755 by the colonial government, paid settlers handsomely to murder Penobscot people. It declared our people enemies and offered […]

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 […]