November is National Native American Heritage Month.
History of the Lenape People: The Past and Present of Indigenous Peoples celebrates the history of the Lenape people whose homelands encompass eastern PA, NJ, DE, and parts of NY. This program will focus on the colonial period and the impacts of settler colonial violence, land grabs, broken treaties, and other key historical events – some of which specifically impacted our local area.
Hear from Katelyn Lucas, a Tribal Historic Preservation Assistant for Delaware Nation, about present day topics including sovereignty, museum ethics, land acknowledgment, and more. PA Forward Tie-In: Civic/Social.
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About our speaker:
Katelyn Lucas works as a Tribal Historic Preservation Assistant for Delaware Nation—one of the multiple federally recognized Lenape Nations—in their extension office at the Museum of Indian Culture in Allentown, Pennsylvania. She is also currently a PhD student at Temple University specializing in Early American Literature and Native American Studies, with an emphasis on Lenape history and Pennsylvania literature.
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