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Museums hold Native American remains
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Museums hold Native American remains
Following Harvard University’s disclosure that it has held in its collections hair samples taken from 700 Native American children, local activists are calling for passage of legislation that would enable tribes to recover from museums human remains, sacred objects and other items stolen or taken illegally from Indigenous people.
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Paintings by Wendy Red Star at 50 bus shelters around Boston
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Arts & Culture
Paintings by Wendy Red Star at 50 bus shelters around Boston
Twelve paintings by artist Wendy Red Star debuted at 50 bus shelters around Boston on August 10. Part of a multi-city tour of the artist’s work, “Travels Pretty” features new pieces specifically designed for the in-transit exhibition space.
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A Native American legislative agenda
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A Native American legislative agenda
Native American advocates and supporters gathered with state legislators on the State House steps Nov. 18 to voice support for five bills that would address the treatment and experience of Native Americans across the state.
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Local artists transform MFA entrance with 'Garden for Boston'
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Arts & Culture
Local artists transform MFA entrance with 'Garden for Boston'
Elizabeth James-Perry and Ekua Holmes are sowing the seeds of artistic healing on the front lawn of the Museum of Fine Arts. In “Garden for Boston,” running through September, the two local artists and activists are using nature to reimagine the way visitors are welcomed to the museum’s main entrance on Huntington Avenue.
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