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    Native Nations Rise March and Rally

    Tribal leaders, indigenous rights advocates, and members of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe held a rally to oppose the Trump administration’s approval of the Keystone XL and Dakota Access…

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    Sights and Sounds of Native Nations Rise March

    Sights and sounds were shown of participants gathering prior to a rally held by Tribal leaders, indigenous rights advocates, and members of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe to oppose the Trump…

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    Sights and Sounds of Native Nations Rise March

    Sights and sounds were shown of participants gathering prior to a rally held by Tribal leaders, indigenous rights advocates, and members of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe to oppose the Trump…

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    The New Trail of Tears

    Naomi Riley talked about her book, The New Trail of Tears: How Washington Is Destroying American Indians, about the impact of U.S. policies on Native Americans.

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    Firearms, Trade, and Power in Native North America

    Historians talked about the ways in which trade of goods, such as firearms, between newly arrived peoples and Native Americans influenced on American history.

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    Fred Harvey Collection of Native-American Art

    Diana Pardue gave a tour of the Heard Museum’s “Over the Edge: Fred Harvey at the Grand Canyon and in the Great Southwest” exhibit and showed items featured in the museum’s Fred Harvey collection. Mr. Harvey…

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    Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community

    Blessing McAnlis-Vasquez talked about the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community near Scottsdale, Arizona. Established in 1879, the community is made up of two Native American tribes: the Pima and the…

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    Modoc Indians in Photography

    Professor Makeda Best talked about the photographic portrayal of California Native Americans during the 19th century, focusing on how photographers portrayed the Modoc tribe leading up to…

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    Ellen Gilmer on the Dakota Access Pipeline

    Ellen Gilmer, legal reporter for E&E News, spokeby phone bout the Obama administration’s decision to reroute construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline.

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    Open Phones

    Telephone lines were open for viewer comments on President Obama’s halting of an oil pipeline project in North Dakota known as the Dakota Access Pipeline. The project was a source of many months of…

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    "All the Real Indians Died Off"

    Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz and Dina Gilio-Whitaker talked about their book, "All the Real Indians Died Off": And 20 Other Myths About Native Americans.

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    Making Haste from Babylon

    Nick Bunker recounts the Pilgrim voyage aboard the Mayflower from England to Northern American and the founding of Plymouth Colony in 1620. The author recounts the Pilgrims development of…

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    Dakota Access Pipeline Protests

    Anthropologist Juliana Barnet and radio talk show host Jay Winter Nightwolf talked about the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe’s protests against the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline on…

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    Native American History

    Professor Colin Calloway talked about Native American history from the Colonial era through westward expansion. He spoke about how tribes operated as separate nations, both in their…

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    Killing of Native Americans in California

    Professor Benjamin Madley talked about his book, An American Genocide: The United States and the California Indian Catastrophe, 1846-1873. In his book, Professor Madley argues that…

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    Apache Wars

    Paul Andrew Hutton talked about the prolonged conflict in the late nineteenth century between the Apaches and the U.S. government. He described the southwest as a volatile mix of…

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    Indian Claims Commission

    Professor Gregory Smoak talked about the Indian Claims Commission, a judicial panel created in 1946 for relations between the U.S. government and Native American tribes. It was established under the…

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    Westward Expansion and Native Americans

    Professor Joseph Genetin-Pilawa spoke about post-Civil War westward expansion, and how it affected Native Americans and federal Indian policy. He argued that during the Reconstruction era,…

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    Myths of the Western Indian Wars

    Peter Cozzens, author of The Earth Is Weeping: The Epic Story of the Indian Wars for the American West, talked about what he argues are three big myths of the wars that have been…

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    President Obama Remarks at Tribal Nations Conference

    President Obama was greeted by Native American tribal leaders, donning a ceremonial hat and blanket, and then delivered remarks at the 2016 Tribal Nations Conference hosted by the White House and the…

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