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CSPAN
Mar 7, 2015 11:35pm EST
one indian tribe can be as different from another as china is from france and it would never dour them that indians are many different things and that in fact, there's no such thing as an indian. indian is something that itself was made up. and yet when we see the imagery associated with the mascot they tend to be pretty much alike. and that in itself tells us that people are being misled. we began a series of exhibitions at the museum in a show that was cure rated by susan harjo who you will hear a little bit later about treaties. part of this is that we want people to gain a deeper understanding of history and we don't want female think of it as strictly native american history because it's not. it's american history. and in many respects it is world history. in other words, it's just history not american indian history. and so when we teach about a situation like this the treaty with the penn colony that's the point we're trying to make -- this is everybody's inheritance. this isn't just an indian thing. we talk about the treaty of canandaigua with the united states this belt d
CSPAN
Sep 1, 2015 4:20pm EDT
are everywhere and that one indian tribe can be as different as china is from france and would never occur to them that indians are many different things and in a real sense, there's no such thing as a real indian. and when we see the imagery associated with the mascots, they all tend to look pretty much alike that in itself tells us that people are being misled. we began a series of exhibitions at the museum in a show that was guest curated by sus an harjo who you will hear about later about treaties. is part of this is we want people to gain a deeper understanding of history. and we don't want them to think of it as american indiana history, it is world history. in other words it is just history, not american indian history. and so when we teach about a situation like this the treaty with the penn colony in the 17th century, that is the point we're trying to make. this is everybody's inheritance. this isn't just an indian thing. we talk about the treaties or treaty of cana deg wau with the united states. this belt depicts that relationship. aubd see the central fission -- and you s
CSPAN
Mar 7, 2015 8:00pm EST
realize indians are everywhere. and that one indian tribe can be as different from another as china is from france. it would never occur to them that indians are many different things. in fact, there is no such thing as an indian. indian is a something that was made up. yet, when we see the imagery associated with the mascots they all tend to look alike. that in itself tells us people are being misled. we begin a series of exhibitions at the museum. patient was guest curated by suzanne harjo. part of this is that we simply want people to gain a simple understanding of history. we don't want them to think of it as strictly native american history, it is american history. in many respects, world history. it is just history. not american indian history. when we teach about a situation like this, that is the point where trying to make. this is everybody's inheritance. it's not just an indian thing. we talk about the treaties of c anandaigua. the central figure of a house is on either side of it. the figures represent the mohawk nation as the keepers of the eastern and western doors. then,
Search Results 0 to 3 of about 4 (some duplicates have been removed)