Tag: wabanaki

Maine Heritage Lecture

Protecting Wabanaki Basketmaking Traditions Threatened by an Invasive Pest: Addressing “Wicked Problems” Through Collaborative Research 2019 Maine Heritage Lecture by Dr. Darren Ranco, Chair of Native American Programs and Associate Professor of Anthropology Friday, October 25 3:00-5:00 pm Bodwell Lounge, Collins Center for the Arts The event will begin with a reception in the CCA’s Hudson […]

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Truth, Healing and Change in Dawnland

Decolonizing UMaine, with generous support from the Alton ’38 and Adelaide Hamm Campus Activity Fund, presents: Truth, Healing and Change in Dawnland Wednesday, February 27 Hill Auditorium, Barrows Hall 3:00-5:00 pm This event is free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served. Wabanaki and Maine communities collaborated on a precedent-setting project: the Maine […]

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Race, Trauma, and Social Discourse

Race, Trauma, and Social Discourse: Conversations in the community (and on social media) Please join the Wabanaki Center and Native American Programs for a community discussion on the clashing intersections between racial bias, historical trauma, and social (media) discourse. Wednesday, January 30 Coe Room, Memorial Union 6:00 pm Presented by a diverse panel of educators, […]

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