As part of UNC Pembroke’s Native American Speakers Series, a panel of American Indian artists will discuss the topic of Southeastern Native art on Thursday, March 31 at 7 pm in the University Center Annex. The panel includes: – America Meredith (Cherokee Nation), a painter, printmaker, educator, and editor of First American Art Magazine; – […]
Ashley Minner is pleased to have been invited- along with America Meredith (Cherokee Nation), a painter, printmaker, educator, and editor of First American Art Magazine, Jessica Clark (Lumbee), a Robeson County painter and educator, and Terry White, a Lumbee artist from Robeson County- to participate on a panel on Contemporary Southeastern Native Art as part of the University of […]
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An article I wrote on Baltimore from Baltimore for Alternate ROOTS, check it out. Photos by Sean Scheidt.
Native American Perspectives On Ferguson Decision & Thanksgiving Podcast: Play in new window | Download November 26, 2014 – Segment 2 As we look to the Thanksgiving Holiday, we host a Native American Roundtable. Our guests share their perspectives on Thanksgiving and also reflect on the Ferguson Grand Jury decision. With: author, historian, feminist, and […]
On Tuesday, November 4th, the American Indian Student Union of University of Maryland College Park sponsored a Frank Waln concert in celebration of National American Indian Heritage Month. I asked if it would be possible for us to bring some of our Baltimore City Title VII Indian Education students (all members of […]