Indigenous Peoples Heritage Month 2020

This month, we celebrate the artistic, spiritual, culinary, ecological, and cultural contributions of indigenous peoples.
Check out our featured contemporary books we have selected to highlight these contributions on the library website homepage. Scroll down to the Featured Books.
Honor the Gabrielino-Tongva people with the Re-Indigenizing Thanksgiving Guide.
We acknowledge that ArtCenter College of Design is included in the region of the ancestral and traditional lands of the Hahamog'na Tongva people who historically inhabited the San Gabriel Valley area around present-day Pasadena and Altadena. We honor their connection to this region and give thanks for the opportunity to live, work and learn on their traditional homeland. Please take a moment of silence to pay respect to their Elders and to all Gabrielino and Tongva people past and present.

This Land Acknowledgment is not a representation of any property boundaries.
We Are Grateful: Otsaliheliga
Traci Sorell and Frané Lessac

Darcie Little Badger and Rovina Cai

Native Art Now!: Developments in Contemporary Native America Art Since 1992
Veronica Passalacqua and Kate Morris

Shapeshifting: Transformations in Native American Art
Karen Kramer Russell

Deer Woman: An Anthology
Elizabeth LaPensée

Posted on 11.21.2020
Indigenous Peoples Heritage Month, Research Guides, Featured Books, Land Acknowledgement
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