Upcoming Events

  • 2018 Sep 28

    Dawnland, Film Screening & Panel Discussion


    Knafel Center, Radcliffe Yard

    Hosted by the Radcliffe Institute, co-sponsored by HUNAP.

    For much of the 20th century, child welfare authorities removed Native American children from their tribal homes, devastating parents and denying children their traditions, culture, and identity. The feature-length documentary Dawnland chronicles the first official truth and reconciliation commission in the United States for Native Americans and explores the possibilities of healing and reconciliation. A panel conversation and a Q&A session follow the screening.


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  • 2018 Oct 01

    Impact Litigation for Youth and Indigenous Rights


    WCC 1019, Harvard Law School
    12:05pm to 1:15pm


    Cindy Blackstock is a Canadian-born Indigenous activist for for child welfare. She and her organization, the Caring Society, successfully sued the Canadian government for discriminating against Indigenous children, winning their human rights complaint. This talk will touch on Indigenous issues in North America, impact litigation, and advocacy for youth and children.

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  • 2018 Oct 05

    HUNAP @ AISES Conference


    Oklahoma City, OK
    (All day)

    HUNAP, along with the Harvard Graduate School of Arts & Sciences, will be at booth 1028 at the AISES National Conference.

    Stop by and say hello and get more information about applying to Harvard, or learn more about our summer opportunities.

    Harvard Representation at 2017 AISES Conference