People Power from the US to Palestine

A collaboration between Students for Justice in Palestine, Jewish Voice for Peace, and Tree of Life brought activists Nadya Tannous and Amanda Weatherspoon to New Haven for a stop in their 18-city speaking tour “No Child Behind Bars: Living Resistance from the US to Palestine” on February 1st. Tannous and Weatherspoon were originally set to…

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10 Things to Know About Indigenous Peoples on Indigenous Peoples’ Day

by Haylee Kushi and Bobby Pourier 1. The term “Indigenous” encompasses a vast range of cultures, lands, languages, and peoples. Hence, Indigenous Peoples’ – emphasis on the apostrophe after the “s” – Day. 2. Even within the United States, American Indians hail from different tribal communities with distinct histories and cultures. 3. We celebrate Indigenous…

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A Conversation: Rick Bartow and Native Art at Yale

by Haylee Kushi (Staff Writer) On Wednesday September 7, Katherine McCleary ’18 (Apsáalooke/Chippewa-Cree) and Yale American Decorative Arts Ph. D. candidate Sequoia Miller facilitated a conversation about the late Native artist Rick Bartow and this summer’s Native American Arts internship based at the Yale University Art Gallery (YUAG). Rick Bartow was a contemporary Native American…

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