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A public conversation with Noel G. Altaha + Diane Fraher + Muriel Miguel + Brian Young Moderated by Betty Lyons, President & Executive Director, American Indian Law Alliance Opening remarks by Rick Chavolla, Chair, American Indian Community House Curated by Brian Tate ABOUT THE CONVERSATION Native Americans bring sharp perspective to the issue of child separation, given 100 years of federally sanctioned abductions of Native children. The Boarding School Era began in 1879, with Capt. Richard H. Pratt’s fixation on…Find out more »
To the Native and Indigenous community of the greater New York City area, We wish to welcome and inform you that we have a new Volunteer Executive Director for the American Indian Community House, Curtis Davia. Curtis approached the Executive Board and offered to help AICH in any way that we needed. After former Executive Director, Ben Geboe resigned to devote full time to finishing his PhD, we recognized that Curtis’ long association with AICH and extensive experience managing development…Find out more »
INDIGENOUS PEOPLES DAY SYMPOSIUM IN NORTH BROOKLYN Brought to you by in partnership American Indian Community House & Friends of Transmitter Park Saturday October 6th, 2018 12:00 - 5:00pm Bushwick Inlet Park 86 Kent Ave, Brooklyn, NY SHARING KNOWLEDGE, THOUGHT, ART, MOVEMENT - Moderation & Lecture by Rick Chavolla - AICH Board Chairman Workshops: Traditional Beadwork, Storytelling, Spoken Work, Wampum Teachings, Music, Dance, Tree Planting CovenantThis event will celebrate and recognize Indigenous People's Day and Connect the American Indian Community…Find out more »
Join us for a day of Native art, food, dance competitions, and special performances in addition to a symposium that explores Indigenous culture with Inuit (Inuk) experimental vocalist and artist Tanya Tagaq and fellow artists, writers, scholars, performers, and community leaders.Find out more »
Carnegie Hall's Migrations: The Making of America Arts Festival Presents: "Urban NDNS" A celebration of Native American music, arts, and culture New York City is home to the largest populations of inter-tribal Native American, First Nations, and Indigenous individuals out of any urban city across Turtle Island (the United States). Some of us born here with family roots in New York and the areas surrounding Nations that go back for generations. Others of us coming to NYC to find what…Find out more »