Monthly Archives: June 2019

When Censors Take On Indigenous America

The Case of the San Francisco Mural Should we censor art when it offends our sensibilities? The Contemporary Arts Center in Cincinnati made headlines in 1990 when it displayed photographs by Robert Mapplethorpe: images of human nudes and acts of … Continue reading

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Two-Eyed Seeing

Inviting Natives to the Table One of the world’s leading scientific journals devotes space to Native Science this week. The article in Science begins with the cry, “Don’t shoot the leaders.” The entreaty comes from aboriginal hunters of North America … Continue reading

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