Want To Learn More About D.C.’s Indigenous History? There’s An App For That!

Dr. Elizabeth Rule will present on "Guide to Indigenous DC", a walking tour map app featuring sites of importance to Native peoples across the Nation’s capital. The Guide emphasizes Indigenous peoples’ contributions to Washington, DC, highlights the historical and contemporary federal tribal policy developed in the city, and acknowledges the peoples whose homelands upon which the District of Columbia was built. The Guide showcases the empowering stories of how Washington, DC is a place of tribal history, gathering, and advocacy with a long, rich history.

Speaker: Dr. Elizabeth Rule is Assistant Professor of Critical Race, Gender, and Culture Studies at American University. She is an enrolled citizen of the Chickasaw Nation.

This is a virtual event to be held on Zoom

Registration: RSVP for an event reminder and to receive a Zoom link. 

Check out the Library's Recommended Reading: Native American Voices Book List

Questions? Contact Jennifer at jodlum@arlingtonva.us

Date:
Wednesday, November 17, 2021
Time:
6:00pm - 7:00pm
Location:
*Online
Audience:
Events for Adults and Grade 6+ Only Good for Adults Age 55+ Good for Families Good for Parents Good for Young Professionals (Lit Up)
Categories:
Lecture Local History
Calendar:
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