Understanding our past to address our future

Are you interested in images of Native Americans in film? What about theater and performance by Afro-Latinxs? Want to know about Asian Americans and the model minority myth? How about U.S. expansion in the Pacific? Or higher education and students of color? The College offers courses that address these and many other topics.

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A supportive & active community

Race, Migration, and Indigeneity works closely with the cultural houses—the Asian Culture Center, the First Nations Educational and Cultural Center, and La Casa Latino Cultural Center—to organize events and foster community on campus. Catch a film, a concert, a guest speaker, or attend the annual Indiana University powwow.

Man and woman wearing Hawaiian ceremony clothing
two Native Americans wearing decorative clothing for pow-wow
two women wearing pink dresses dance in the street with crowd of people watching

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Race, Migration, and Indigeneity collaborates with the programs of Asian American Studies, Latino Studies, and Native American and Indigenous Studies.

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