Tea Talk: Reclaiming Native American Culture

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Tea Talk: Reclaiming Native American Culture

February 4 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

FREE

2018 Tea TalksContrary to popular belief, New Hampshire’s history did not begin with the arrival of European settlers and all of New Hampshire’s indigenous people were not killed off by disease and war. At six million strong, Native Americans are a vibrant part of America’s present. This talk will explore current debates, including the perennial discussion over an art panel in the US Post Office in Durham and the effects of race on reclaiming indigenous spaces of remembrance not only in New Hampshire but across the country.

PRESENTERS:
Paul Pouliot, Chief Speaker for the Cowasuck Band of the Pennacook & Abenaki People
Siobhan Senier, Professor of English, UNH
Liz Green Charlebois,

Part of the 2018 Elinor Williams Hooker Tea Talks – READ MORE

Details

Date:
February 4
Time:
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Cost:
FREE

Venue

Portsmouth Public Library, Livingston Room
175 Parrott Ave
Portsmouth, NH 03801
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Phone:
617-539-6886
Contact Info
Mail: PO Box 6772, Portsmouth NH 03801
Phone: 617-539-6886
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