GUIDE TO INDIGENOUS LAND AND TERRITORIAL ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS FOR CULTURAL INSTITUTIONS

The Guide to Indigenous Land and Territorial Acknowledgements for Cultural Institutions is a comprehensive guide for institutions such as museums, archives, libraries, and universities to recognize and respect Indigenous homelands, inherent sovereignty, and survivance.

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This guide builds upon the important work that the Lenape Center, American Indian Community House, Rick Chavolla, Emily Johnson, the New Red Order (NRO) and the Native American and Indigenous Student Group (NAISG) at NYU have been doing with regard to land acknowledgements in Lenapehoking.

Developed by: Felicia Garcia (Chumash), M.A. Museum Studies, New York University, 2018 with Jane Anderson, Museum Studies, New York University.

Please send any comments or questions to landacknowledgementguide@gmail.com

 

This Guide is Supported By:

Decolonize This Place

NYC Stands with Standing Rock

American Indian Community House

Association of Tribal Archives, Libraries, and Museums

At NYU this Guide is Supported By:

Program in Museum Studies, GSAS

Department of Anthropology, FAS

Department of History, FAS

Native Studies Forum

Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics

Native American and Indigenous Student Group

Technology Law and Policy Clinic, NYU Law School

Center for Race, Inequality and the Law, NYU Law School

Department of Performance Studies, Tisch