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Native Knowledge 360° Education Initiative
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In the Spotlight
Explore these museum resources and NK360° workshops to learn more about Indigenous women's contributions to the arts and society.
Teacher Workshop Series | Indigenous Women: Artists and Activists
Watch this four-part series that used the museum's Essential Understandings framework, literature, poetry and artworks by contemporary Indigenous women artists to explore activism.
Museum Digital Resources Collection: Native American Women
Browse a variety of articles, blogs, and videos that highlight the diversity of Native Women in American history and contemporary life.
Youth in Action | Native Women Making Change
Listen to a conversation with two young Native women who are working at local and state levels to make change: Aidan Graybill (Wyandot Nation of Kansas), and Christina Haswood (Diné [Navajo]).
Featured Teacher and Student Programs
Youth in Action | Digital Futures for Women
In an industry that is often dominated by men, how are Native women making space for themselves and others?
Juventud en acción | Futuros digitales para las mujeres
En una industria que suele estar dominada por los hombres, ¿cómo logran abrirse espacio las mujeres indígenas para sí mismas y para los demás?
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Youth in Action | Film Futures
April 1, 2023
How are emerging filmmakers using film as a force for activism?
Juventud en acción | Futuros del cine
1 de abril de 2023
¿Cómo utilizan los cineastas emergentes el cine como una fuerza de activismo?
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Frequently Asked Questions about Native Americans
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