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Virtual Badger Talk from Platteville, WI: "Hidden in Plain Sight: The Native American Cultural Landscape"

Speaker: Aaron Bird Bear

Event Details

Thursday, October 29, 2020
7-8 p.m.
This talk is hosted by Platteville Public Library. More information to come on accessing this event.

In using place-based experiential learning, we can examine and interrogate Indigenous landmarks created 700-2500 years ago. In interpreting the significance of the landmarks, we can provide an overview of American Indian history leading us to a greater awareness of modern Indigenous nations and peoples.