Showing 9 results for tag Native American

Bringing Otters Back to Otter Rock

Heather Wiedenhoft talks with Robert Kentta about how the Elakha Alliance and the Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians are working to return a lost population of sea otters to the Oregon coast.

Beyond the Margins | July 29, 2021

Consider This with David Treuer

On July 15, David Treuer (Ojibwe), author of The Heartbeat of Wounded Knee, will join Oregon Humanities for a conversation on land, possession, and justice. The history of the Americas is inextricable from the theft of land from Native people. How should we, in the present, deal with this fact?

Event | July 15, 2021

Land Conservation: Roots, Realities, and Reimaginings

Join Katie Voelke, executive director of North Coast Land Conservancy, as she discusses NCLC’s work to protect Oregon's coastal lands. In this two-part workshop, Katie will walk participants through the organization’s own path of relearning the racist history of land conservation in the US and the ways that conservation, through the land trust’s tools of ownership, has perpetuated Indigenous land loss.

Event | June 28, 2021

Land Conservation: Roots, Realities, and Reimaginings

Join Katie Voelke, executive director of North Coast Land Conservancy, as she discusses NCLC’s work to protect Oregon's coastal lands. In this two-part workshop, Katie will walk participants through the organization’s own path of relearning the racist history of land conservation in the US and the ways that conservation, through the land trust’s tools of ownership, has perpetuated Indigenous land loss.

Event | June 30, 2021

Lies of Discovery

Sal Sahme explores the doctrine that enabled European colonization and argues for it to be revoked.

Magazine | April 27, 2021

Can the Land Make Us One People?

An excerpt from Jacqueline Keeler's book Standoff contrasts the standoffs at Malheur and Standing Rock.

Magazine | April 27, 2021

Changing the Way We See Native America

Over the past decade, photographer Matika Wilbur has developed a body of imagery and cultural representations of Native peoples to counteract one-dimensional stereotypes and to create positive Indigenous role models. In this talk, learn about the ways Matika Wilbur is changing the way we see Native America through her work, including her exhibition "Natural Wanderment: Stewardship. Sovereignty. Sacredness."

Event | May 12, 2020

Indian Enough

Emma Hodges writes about how the "enduring colonialist notion" of blood quantum fails to encompass the complexity of Native identity.

Beyond the Margins | February 28, 2020

“Our Story on Our Territory”

Leslie Ann McMillan, an enrolled Chinook member, writes about how her people's lands were stolen and how they are starting to reclaim them.

Magazine | August 13, 2019