Art from more than 100 Indigenous students was showcased Friday during the first in-person art show Haskell Indian Nations University has held since 2019.
About three dozen students and community members gathered Wednesday morning for a cultural burn on a patch of remnant tallgrass prairie near the Winter School.
Students at Haskell Indian Nations University are set to showcase original pieces at an upcoming campus art show — the first of its kind since 2019.
We cannot address the physical climate change facing us until we have a cultural climate change, Lawrence author Daniel Wildcat told a crowd packed into the Raven Book Store Friday evening.
Local author and Haskell professor Daniel Wildcat will round out the Raven Book Store’s 2023 event slate Friday with a discussion over his new book, “On Indigenuity: Learning the Lessons of Mother Earth.”
Aileen Mioko Smith, an environmental activist and writer known for her work to document the effects of mercury poisoning in Japan, will make two public appearances during her visit to Lawrence this week.
Grab your costume and a large bag — it’s trick-or-treating time in Lawrence. Here’s a roundup of some fun and spooky events in the area. Most involve gratuitous amounts of candy.
In honor of Indigenous Peoples Day, Lawrence events on Friday and Saturday aim to celebrate Indigenous cultures and identities, specifically related to ecology.
Dan Wildcat, professor at Haskell Indian Nations University, wants to honor Indian boarding school history by collecting oral histories of people living right here in Lawrence.
Haskell Indian Nations University’s annual Welcome Back Pow Wow is set to return Saturday.
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