Local Abenaki Chief Don Stevens talks land acknowledgment

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Local Abenaki Chief Don Stevens talks land acknowledgment

Subject

Don Stevens, Local Abenaki Chief speaks on Middlebury's land acknowledgment, where the land acknowledgment could be improved, and the hardships that the Abenaki people are currently facing--especially in terms of COVID.

Creator

Maya Heikkinen

Publisher

The Campus

Date

05/13/2021

Contributor

Don Stevens

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"I think that carrying out the spirit of that land acknowledgment can be more. In other words, it's already good that [the college is] working on these programs, and I think having a full-time position at Middlebury College to be able to work on education of the students [could] be a resource — being there to create a Native American student body club for other Native students that may not know other Native students that exist in the college, to create a safe place to practice your culture when you're away from home and be able to build that bond between Native people that might be on campus"- Don Stevens

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Maya Heikkinen, “Local Abenaki Chief Don Stevens talks land acknowledgment,” Archives of Anti-Racist Activism, accessed May 24, 2024, https://twilightprojectantiracistrecords.middcreate.net/items/show/729.

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