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Archive for January 2021

Science shatters misconceptions about Indigenous peoples

Archeologist believes unearthing evidence is the best way to change public perceptions – and public policy. Maggie Spivey-Faulkner lives to shatter misconceptions of Indigenous people with the power of science. “As an undergrad, I saw that a lot of American public policy was built on incorrect ideas of native cultures,” said the American archeologist, who joined…

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NB Power Virtual Open House: Milltown Dam Decommissioning

As part of the decommissioning process for the Milltown Dam, NB Power is hosting a virtual open house on January 26th, from 2 pm to 4 pm. We encourage you to attend by following this link and signing up with the form at the bottom: https://www.nbpower.com/en/about-us/projects/milltown-decommissioning/   Related links: Pao Fernández Garrido talks about dam…

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Peskotomuhkati Identity (YouTube)

Dr. Donald Soctomah provides some insight into Peskotomuhkati identity. He talks about how that identity has interwoven with those of the Wabanaki, Algonquin, Canada and the United States through history. He discusses the various terms in use and provides some perspective. See also: Passamaquoddy Artifacts Visit our YouTube channel for more!

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