As part of the 2020-2021 Gloria S. Duclos Convocation, Indigenous Peoples: Recognizing and Repairing Harms of Colonized Systems, the University of Southern Maine presents written contributions from a Native American community member. They each bring their voice to this convocation as a means of sharing their perspectives and educating others. In Maine, the Wabanaki community is composed of the Maliseet, Micmac, Penobscot, and Passamaquoddy tribes.
Submissions from 2021
Indigenous Perspectives: Honoring Native Voices in Maine and Beyond, Adrienne Benally PhD
2020 Indigenous Voices Charting a Course Beyond the Bicentennial: Eba gwedji jik-sow-dul-din-e wedji gizi nan-ul-dool-tehigw (Let’s try to listen to each other so that we can get to know each other), Gail Dana-Sacco PhD, MPH
Taking Action During Covid-19: An Essay on Indigenous Pride and Anger, Morgan Talty MFA