Preservation Indigenous - Native Youth

Preservation Indigenous - Native Youth ACHP Office of Native American Affairs, Native Youth Historic Preservation Initiatives - The Advisory Council on Historic Preservation promotes the preservation, enhancement, and sustainable use of our nation’s diverse historic resources.

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Mission: The Advisory Council on Historic Preservation promotes the preservation, enhancement, and sustainable use of our nation’s diverse historic resources. The Office of Native American Affairs Preservation Indigenous – Native Youth page seeks to update American Indian, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian Youth about Native historic and cultural preservation developments, and career and educational opportunities.

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College Guide for Indigenous Students
11/12/2020
Indigenous Student College Guide

College Guide for Indigenous Students

Indigenous college students balance many priorities while pursuing their degrees. Learn about the resources and programs that help Native students apply for college and succeed on campus.

American Indian College Fund
11/12/2020

American Indian College Fund

As we celebrate Native American Heritage Month this November, we’re celebrating all the Native American veterans who have bravely served this country. Native Americans and Alaska Natives enlist in the armed forces at a higher rate than any other group in the country. Every year, the College Fund is honored to provide scholarships to Native veteran scholars pursuing their degrees - thank you for your bravery and your service. #VeteransDay #EducationIsTheAnswer

National Indian Education Association
11/10/2020

National Indian Education Association

Native Americans serve at a higher rate than any other ethnic group in the United States even though most Native Americans were not granted citizenship until after World War One. #wereNIEA #NativeAmericanVeterans

College Horizons
11/10/2020

College Horizons

Join CH Director Carmen Lopez in Harvard University Native American Program Discussion with Past HUNAP Directors, their 50th Anniversary Event.

The Event details are as follows:
Description
Join us for a lively discussion with past directors of the Harvard University Native American Program (HUNAP).
Panelists include:

Leroy Little Bear (Blackfoot)
Researcher, Professor Emeritus, University of Lethbridge
Founding Director of HUNAP

Robin McLay (Metís) MPA'99
Chair of the Fulbright Canada Advisory Board and Senior Advisor to the President at Vancouver Island University

Ken Pepion (Blackfeet)
Senior Consultant at the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education and the Southern Regional Education Board

Carmen Lopez (Navajo) EdM'00
Executive Director, College Horizons

You can register for this event at the following link:

https://harvard.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJIud--srToiHdOy6Mr6sA156WvKctfQ4N14

#CollegePrideNativePride 🎓

N8V ACE
11/10/2020

N8V ACE

There was a rare event last month... Park Rangers setup 70 lanterns inside and around "Cliff Palace" at Mesa Verde National Park in Southwest Colorado. The look simulated what it might have looked like 800 - 900 years ago when it was inhabited by the Ancient Ones (the ancestors of Southwest Natives that are still here today). 📸 Rick Dunnahoo (2020)

ACHP - Advisory Council on Historic Preservation
11/10/2020

ACHP - Advisory Council on Historic Preservation

The ACHP is now recruiting for a new Executive Director after today’s announcement of long-time Executive Director John Fowler’s retirement. https://go.usa.gov/x7NxR

ACHP - Advisory Council on Historic Preservation
11/04/2020

ACHP - Advisory Council on Historic Preservation

The ACHP highlights people working in historic preservation, through a special feature, These are the Preservationists in Your Neighborhood. Today, meet William Johnson, the Curator/Team Leader, tribal cultural resource management, of the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of Michigan https://www.achp.gov/initiatives/william-johnson.

ACHP - Advisory Council on Historic Preservation
11/04/2020

ACHP - Advisory Council on Historic Preservation

Did you know that ACHP offers free eLearning courses? As we commemorate Native American Heritage Month, ACHP has a class, Early Coordination with Indian Tribes for Infrastructure Projects, which will develop understanding and skills for federal, cultural resources, environmental review, and program/project management staff to interact and work with Indian tribes early in the Section 106 process. It also will prepare consultants and applicants seeking federal licenses, permits, grants, and other approvals to work with Indian tribes as they plan and develop pre-application information for their project https://www.achp.gov/training/elearning

Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
11/02/2020

Indian Pueblo Cultural Center

"A Zuni Girl", Zuni Pueblo, New Mexico
Date: 1903
Creator: Curtis, Edward S.
Courtesy of: Palace of the Governors Photo Archives (NMHM/DCS)
Negative Number: 144735

#pueblopeoples #newmexico #zuni #zunipueblo

ACHP - Advisory Council on Historic Preservation
11/02/2020

ACHP - Advisory Council on Historic Preservation

Historic Hawaii Foundation: HHF
11/02/2020

Historic Hawaii Foundation: HHF

Grassroots efforts saved the Kapaia Swinging Bridge on Kauai, an important transportation route during the sugar plantation era. The bridge is one of the last few examples of suspension engineering in the state. More importantly, it is a place associated with the multi-ethnic and multicultural heritage of the Kapaia Valley community. We love sharing its story as an example of how people can join together to save places they love and form lifelong friendships in the process.

11/02/2020
United National Indian Tribal Youth, Inc.

United National Indian Tribal Youth, Inc.

UNITY Fall 2020 Webinar Series - Eps. 3. Youth Track!

Thank you to Uriah LittleHoop for sharing amazing words and beautiful songs with us today on Instagram LIVE.

National Congress of American Indians
11/02/2020

National Congress of American Indians

November is Native American Heritage Month. Join us as we share this year’s theme: "Sovereignty is Sacred: Sharing our Rights and Cultures." In partnership with the Society of American Indian Government Employees (SAIGE).

National Congress of American Indians
10/06/2020

National Congress of American Indians

We're here because of those that came before us. #MotivationMonday

Historic Hawaii Foundation: HHF
10/06/2020

Historic Hawaii Foundation: HHF

This amazing group of 14 students from the University of Hawaii at Hilo participated in the National Trust for Historic Preservation's Hands-On Preservation Experience (HOPE) Crew program earlier this year (pre-pandemic) to honor residents of Kalaupapa diagnosed with Hansen’s disease and forced into isolation more than a century ago. Crew members offered the students hands-on training to clean grave markers using specialized techniques to preserve the stone. At the end of two weeks, the crew had cleaned 1,200 marked graves, five monuments, and cleared invasive growth from the site! “90 percent of people sent to Kalaupapa were Native Hawaiian, says UH Hilo professor Kerri A. Inglis. “So almost every native Hawaiian today has ancestors there. Cleaning the gravestones is honoring those people and their connection to all Hawaiians today.” Learn more at https://bit.ly/3hYhBo4

This year the National Trust’s PastForward conference is all online from October 27-30. Each year we have scholarships a...
10/06/2020
Diversity Scholarship Application Form | National Trust for Historic Preservation

This year the National Trust’s PastForward conference is all online from October 27-30. Each year we have scholarships available and covers the cost of registration and provide the participant with the ability to meet a small cohort of others interested in preservation

The Diversity Scholarship Program introduces new preservation leaders to the historic preservation community at the annual preservation conference, hosted each year by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Apply today.

In Your Classroom | Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology
09/29/2020
In Your Classroom | Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology

In Your Classroom | Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology

Let the Museum come to you! For more than 40 years, we’ve delivered hands-on, standards-aligned, and inquiry-based programming to classrooms, libraries, camps, and community centers. IMPORTANT NOTICE: Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, our programs are limited to virtual offerings. We look for...

Artifacts from upstate Indigenous towns digitized, repatriated | Cornell Chronicle
09/29/2020
Artifacts from upstate Indigenous towns digitized, repatriated | Cornell Chronicle

Artifacts from upstate Indigenous towns digitized, repatriated | Cornell Chronicle

Unearthed, digitized and soon to be repatriated, artifacts from two Native American towns are beginning to share their rich stories online thanks to a collaborative project by anthropologists, librarians and Indigenous community members.

Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
09/29/2020

Indian Pueblo Cultural Center

"Three women, Luisa Pancho (center) holding baby, Cochiti Pueblo. Date: ca. 1925? Negative Number 002317"

Image courtesy of Palace of the Governors Photo Archives

Association on American Indian Affairs
09/22/2020

Association on American Indian Affairs

Strengthening skills--and building community--are a big focus each day of the 6th Annual Repatriation Conference October 26-28. On Monday, October 26, the Conference offers concentrated workshops to dig into important lessons about compliance with the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act.

Many institutions have utilized NAGPRA like a research project where scientific certainly must be uncovered. But NAGPRA is a legal process with steps that must be managed within certain time frames. NAGPRA is about #REPATRIATION not research.

“NAGPRA is a Law, Not a Research Project” offers a primer for NAGPRA practitioners at every level of experience. This practicum guides you through:

-NAGPRA Basics—following the law and its regulations
-Decision-Making Under NAGPRA—what is supported by Congressional intent?
-NAGPRA by the Numbers—what’s complete and what’s pending?

The workshop is presented by experts from the Association on American Indian Affairs and the National NAGPRA Program.

Full Conference program details + registration at https://bit.ly/3boyIhe. Thanks to our co-host University of Denver Museum of Anthropology.

#repatriation #NAGPRA #indigenousrights #humanrights #Indigenous #repatriationconference2020 #repatriationconference

How Do We Share Memorials, Sites and Monuments of Difficult Histories? A Virtual Event
09/22/2020
How Do We Share Memorials, Sites and Monuments of Difficult Histories? A Virtual Event

How Do We Share Memorials, Sites and Monuments of Difficult Histories? A Virtual Event

A panel discussion exploring complicated histories Wednesday, September 23, 2020 | 4:30 to 6:00 p.m. | Via Zoom Webinar Historic Hawai‘i Foundation will present a panel discussion on policies, issues and current thinking around preserving and interpreting places where complicated and/or difficult ...

Episode 1: Colonizing California – Language Keepers Podcast Series
09/21/2020
Episode 1: Colonizing California – Language Keepers Podcast Series

Episode 1: Colonizing California – Language Keepers Podcast Series

The Tolowa Dee-ni’, Karuk, Wukchumni, and Kawaiisu Indigenous communities of California share the colonizing histories that attempted to erase their cultures and the importance of keeping their languages alive.

Tribes celebrate Mesa Verde repatriation
09/21/2020
Tribes celebrate Mesa Verde repatriation

Tribes celebrate Mesa Verde repatriation

Hopi Tribe, Acoma Pueblo, Zia Pueblo, and Zuni Pueblo ancestors and associated funerary items repatriated and reinterred at Mesa Verde National Park

They still have about 30 diversity scholarships to awardThe Diversity Scholarship Program (DSP) introduces new leaders t...
09/21/2020
PastForward Online 2020, October 27-30, 2020 | National Trust for Historic Preservation

They still have about 30 diversity scholarships to award

The Diversity Scholarship Program (DSP) introduces new leaders to the historic preservation community each year at the PastForward conference. Learn more here https://savingplaces.org/diversity-scholarship-application?utm_medium=email&utm_source=update&utm_campaign=pastforward#.X2jEj5DsbmI.

At this year’s virtual PastForward Conference (https://savingplaces.org/conference#.X2jFDmhKjIV), scholars will hear from expert speakers who will provide practical, relevant information to meet their evolving needs in the pandemic and post-pandemic periods. Featuring the themes Resilience and Relevance, PastForward Online 2020 will feature more than 32 sessions on topics such as racial justice and equity, dealing with the effects of the pandemic, climate change, the challenges facing America’s main streets, and many more. Scholars will be inspired to think through what these changes mean for you as an individual, and for organizations.

PastForward, the National Preservation Conference, is the premier educational and networking event for those in the business of saving places. The 2020 conference will be offered online Oct 27-30, 2020.

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