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1973 Young dancers at Anishinaabe week

Anishinabe Days

March 18, 2020

Alumni tell the story of early years of the American Indian Studies program.

1883 Duluth

Honoring Our History

January 21, 2020

A commitment to transforming leaders and empowering communities.

UMD's Tadd Johnson teaching an MTAG class

The Continuation of a Calling

January 6, 2020

A brand new position with the University of Minnesota system is allowing UMD's Tadd Johnson to continue his life's work.

Looking up into White-pine tree branches

Recognizing an Enduring Relationship

October 22, 2019

UMD is hosting an event in honor of its recent ... more

View from the top of Bagley in the fall, Duluth, Minnesota

In Acknowledgment

October 14, 2019

 UMD is creating two community murals with artist Moira Villiard.

A pattern from the I Am Anishinaabe dress

Anishinaabe Design Goes Global

September 23, 2019

Two UMD professors help connect Native American artists to international clothing design.

UMD Assistant Professor Wendy F. Smythe

Wendy Smythe Honored

August 28, 2019

Dr. Wendy F. Smythe, assistant professor in American Indian Studies, received the AISES Professional of the Year Award.

James Clark

Curing Cultural Ignorance

April 2, 2019

UMD undergraduate discusses the museum role in accurately representing history.

Book cover - In the Night of Memory

Weaving Stories of Women

March 25, 2019

In the Night of Memory collects truth, history, and imagination.

UMD, U.S., and Minnesota flags

Sovereignty Day at the State Capital

February 25, 2019

UMD professor and student speak at the first-ever Sovereignty Day at the State Capital.

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