Frank Green ran away from Carlisle Indian Industrial School in 1898, headed to the Oneida homeland in Wisconsin. In 2022 he finally arrived.
Land-grant institutions are deeply ingrained into our everyday geographies, but as an Indigenous scholar, these places have a complicated legacy.
A poem by Daniel Wolff.
Native grief and resurgence in the Midwest.
Indigenous diasporas and making 'home' in the Rust Belt.
How 'Native American street food' is helping to keep tribal cultures alive.
Our origin stories, histories, languages, and cultures are tied to our homelands.
In search of features, essays, and poems that engage with the Indigenous Rust Belt.
Watch the full video of our March 31 event "Documenting Home," in partnership with PEN America.
Meet the panelists for our March 31 event in partnership with PEN America.
A land acknowledgement, plus ten stories from the archives on Indigenous life in the region.
Examining Minnesota's Indigenous history.