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 We’re sharing resources and event opportunities throughout November for Native American Heritage Month.

Native Cinema Showcase

The National Museum of the American Indian’s Native Cinema Showcase is an annual celebration of the best in Native film. For this year’s 20th-anniversary showcase, the museum presents the full program online — streaming new films, fan favorite classics, and conversations with filmmakers. The showcase provides a unique forum for engagement with Native filmmakers and stories from Indigenous communities.

Conscience Point | 4:00 pm PST
Link to online screening: https://nmai.brand.live/c/consciencepoint
Available on demand until November 23, 2020

Exposing a painful, quintessentially American geography, CONSCIENCE POINT unearths a deep clash of values between the Shinnecock Indian Nation and their elite Hamptons neighbors, who have made sacred land their playground.

Native Communities and the Vote: Teaching about American Indian Voting Rights through Documents

Wednesday, November 18, 4:00 – 5:00 pm PST
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Join us in this webinar for educators and learn how to incorporate primary sources related to American Indian voting rights into your lessons. We will share activities and resources from the National Archives, and explore how to include discussions of evolving rights over time as related to Native Communities and the right to participate in Federal elections.
This webinar is part of our Native American professional development series. Each program features new resources for locating and using Federal records related to American Indians and Alaska Natives.

Youth in Action: Indigenous Food Sovereignty

Thursday, November 19, 1:00 pm PST
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Native food systems and agricultural practices were disrupted upon European settlement and the displacement of Native peoples from their lands. For the last century, new foods introduced by U.S. federal policy were unhealthy and substantially different from traditional diets. The introduction of unhealthy food, combined with uneven quality of and access to medical care, continues to leave many American Indians fighting an uphill battle for their health. Today we see many young people returning to traditional food sources and sustainable ways of living through political action and sustainable practice. Join us in a conversation to learn how these young Native foodies are working to decolonize their diets and restore balance in their bodies and communities. 

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