Indigenous Communities

From Red Power to Wallmapu Libre and Land Back

Engaging Hemispheric Indigenous Resistance Movements

The 9th Annual Graduate Student Symposium will be held virtually and hopes to facilitate a forum that recognizes and connects the continued relevance of Indigenous resurgence especially under current sociopolitical contexts. Organized by and f

Public Impact Research Partner Featured in the Film "Gather"

December 18, 2020
Through a Public Impact Research Initiative seed grant, Associate Professor Katherine Kim from the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing and the School of Medicine has been working with the Nature Rights Council to enhance the Yurok Tribe's capacity for health disparities research and program evaluation, as well as strengthen the quality of university’s community-engaged research. 

Building Community Engaged Scholarship

Native American Studies has transitioned its upcoming workshop series focused on Building Community Engaged Scholarship to Facebook Live. Tune in for a conversation with Dr.

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