The exhibit “Bittersweet Winds,” documenting the too-often stereotypical and negative representation of the American Indian in mass media and popular culture, continues through Wednesday (Nov. 18) in Alumni Rooms A and B. Educator and activist Richie Plass (Menominee/Stockbridge-Munsee), the show’s creator and curator, will be on site for much of the exhibit’s run. For details, see the news release.
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