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Returning land to Native nations is about righting historical wrongs—and also stemming future environmental disaster
Speaking at Harvard Kennedy School, landback movement leader Alvin Warren MC/MPA 2013 argues for the return of land to Indigenous communities in the US.
As the IARA Truth and Transformation Conference keynote speaker, Lee asks if the US is ready for a national racial reckoning.
Speaking in the JFK Jr. Forum, civil rights leader Maya Wiley underscored the entwined fate of democracy and racial justice
Historical reckoning, truth-telling, and new traditions of memorialization acknowledging the legacy of slavery are all critical to moving towards restorative and reparative change says Institutional Antiracism and Accountability Project Director […]
Harvard Project on American Indian Economic Development’s Megan Minoka Hill delivers land acknowledgment at a Kennedy School diploma ceremony.
Join us for this year-long collaborative speaker series between IARA and the Institute of Politics (IOP) examining how reparative practices, truth commissions, and institutional reckoning with structural oppression provide ways forward for equitable change. What can be learned from national and international examples? How are leading racial justice experts addressing the current climate of attacks…