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Massachusetts Institute of Technology Land Acknowledgement Statement


Massachusetts Institute of Technology Land Acknowledgement Statement “MIT acknowledges Indigenous Peoples as the traditional stewards of the land, and the enduring relationship that exists between them and their traditional territories. The land on which we sit is the traditional unceded territory of the Wampanoag Nation. We acknowledge the painful history of genocide and forced occupation […]

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November 29, 2021


University of Maine Land Acknowledgement


University of Maine Land Acknowledgement “The University of Maine recognizes that it is located on Marsh Island in the homeland of the Penobscot Nation, where issues of water and territorial rights, and encroachment upon sacred sites, are ongoing. Penobscot homeland is connected to the other Wabanaki Tribal Nations — the Passamaquoddy, Maliseet, and Micmac — […]

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Native American Institute


Native American Institute “There are hundreds of Indigenous communities across the United States. Giving a land acknowledgement requires research and reflection to understand the historical and contemporary Indigenous communities having a relationship with the land. A land acknowledgement can be a few sentences or several pages. It is important the statement honors and names the […]

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Indigenous New Hampshire


Indigenous New Hampshire “Indigenous New Hampshire is a collaboration between the students and faculty of the University of New Hampshire Anthropology Department, Denise and Paul Pouliot of the Cowasuck Band of the Pennacook Abenaki People, other Indigenous people of Abenaki and other Tribal affiliations who live in NH, local historians, archaeologists, and community volunteers and […]

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Massachusetts Center for Native American Awareness


Massachusetts Center for Native American Awareness “Our mission is to preserve Native American cultural traditions; to assist Native American residents with basic needs and educational expenses; to advance public knowledge and understanding that helps dispel inaccurate information about Native Americans; and to work towards racial equality by addressing inequities across the region.” Click here

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The Town & the City: Lowell Before The Civil War


The Town & the City: Lowell Before The Civil War PAWTUCKET AND WAMESIT HISTORIC MARKERS, PLAQUES, AND STATUES. Click here

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Indians, Slaves, and Mass Murder: The Hidden History


“Indians, Slaves, and Mass Murder: The Hidden History,” New York Review of Books Click here

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A Blog for American History


A Blog for American History Process is the blog of the Organization of American Historians, The Journal of American History, and The American Historian. “We, along with other Italian Studies and Italian American Studies scholars, are unified against Columbus heroification. We have asked ourselves, how does the ongoing and complicated history of Italian Americans’ memorialization […]

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Why Columbus Day Courts Controversy


“Why Columbus Day Courts Controversy” “Like many European explorers, Christopher Columbus encountered indigenous people throughout his voyages. There are three main sources of controversy involving his interactions with the indigenous people he labeled “Indians”: the use of violence and slavery, the forced conversion of native peoples to Christianity and the introduction of a host of […]

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The Guardian


The Guardian “In 1492, Columbus sailed the ocean blue … and slaughtered the indigenous peoples he found,” Click here

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