It was a gorgeous and sunny day at New Haven, Connecticut just after a snowy day had dusted the campus early the previous morning. We were able to tour the campus and the Native American Cultural Center at Yale with all the interesting and deep history of the place and the town.
Thank you to the Native American Cultural Center and all the native students who came to support the film screening and the lecture by Brown University faculty! We want to especially thank Tyler and his organizing efforts and thinking of us to bring us here. All the students and faculty were amazing and very warm and made us feel comfortable with their welcome song by the Blue Feather Drum Group.
Thanks to all who were able to come and make the trip to see us, feeding us with a great dinner, and asking great questions about the film!
This event was sponsored by:
The Indigenous Graduate Network,
Native American Cultural Center,
Yale Group for the Study of Native America,
Ethnicity, Race, and Migration
Native American Law Students Association
Association of Native Americans at Yale
Yale American Indian Science & Engineering Society
Yale Native American Arts Council
Blue Feather Drum Group