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is a one-woman theatrical production that evokes the richness and fluidity of Howe's prose and her particular sense of place.
provides an opportunity for those of us at the University of Illinois to consider the indigenous history of our campus and the state in which we live. The signs in this public art exhibit include the names of a dozen Indigenous peoples whose homelands are within the boundaries of the state of Illinois.
marks a community-grounded intellectual project that challenges and disrupts common constructs such as race, ethnicity, and nation.
explores the development of Native feminist thought in the United States and Canada and to provide a groundbreaking opportunity for indigenous women to develop indigenous feminist theory and politics.
offers a response to the forms of racial harassment witnessed at the University of Illinois during the 2006-07 academic year.