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The Graduate Minor in Ethnic Studies allows students to complement a major area of graduate studies in a program other than Ethnic Studies with a focused exploration of the critical areas of race, class, ethnicity and gender in American life.
A student who wishes to declare a Minor in Ethnic Studies must meet with the program coordinator, who will assign him or her a faculty advisor from the Ethnic Studies program.
‘Maps can tell the tribal story, not just that of the conquerors.’
On Tuesday, November 3, the Board of Commissioners proclaimed November 2020 as Native American Heritage Month in Washington County.
Amid growing national discourse around social and racial justice, a group of cartographers are diving into decolonial mapping as a means to recenter Indigenous voices and values.
Precolonization, many Native American tribes mapped the land through stories, ceremonies and song. Now, the United States’ borders, and most of its state lines, bisect the ancestral lands of Indigenous tribes.