Native Peoples, Native Politics
Politics requires more than voting and electoral mobilization. It requires knowledge of law, organization, identity, history, and culture. This reality is very much evident in Native American life today, where Native communities are sovereign nations within the United States, yet must still negotiate politically within a federal democratic system that at times inconsistently honors their rights, their land and water, and their ways of life.
The Radcliffe Institute, in partnership with the Harvard University Native American Program, is hosting this conference to explore a range of mechanisms for political expression with leading members of Native communities, academics, policy makers, journalists, students, artists, and writers.
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This event at the Radcliffe Institute is part of the Initiative on Native and Indigenous Peoples.