'We are so pleased to be able to bring this exhibit to our campus and our community to shed light on an area of Native and African American studies that is not known to most Americans," said Meg Bero, Schingoethe Center executive director,
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Through the themes of policy, community, creative resistance and lifestyles, the display includes stories of cultural integration and the struggle to define and preserve identity.
define the African Native American experience through food, language, writing, music, dance and the visual arts, are also highlighted.
A 10 minute media piece is featured with interviews obtained during research and work on the exhibition with tribal communities across North America.
The 20 panel exhibit, part of the museum's 20th anniversary celebration, is free to the public at the center in Dunham Hall at 1400 Marseillaise Ghd Hair Straightener Repairs
Since precolonial times, Native and African American peoples have built strong communities through intermarriage, unified efforts to preserve their land and by taking part in creative resistance.
Native Americans focus of Aurora U exhibit
The exhibition was curated by leading scholars, educators, and community leaders. The display addresses the racially motivated laws that have been forced upon Native, African American and mixed heritage peoples since the time of Christopher Columbus.
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"IndiVisible: African Native American Lives in the Americas," a Smithsonian Institution traveling display focusing on African Native American people, will be exhibited at the Schingoethe Center for Native American Cultures at Aurora University from Dec. 17 to Feb. 27.
The exhibit was produced by the National Museum of the American Indian in collaboration with the National Museum of African American History and Culture and the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service.
Generous support came from Akaloa Resource Foundation and the Latino Initiatives Pool, administered by the Smithsonian Latino Center.
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