HUNAP Events

Native HSPH Student Rallies Students, City Around HIV Awareness

March 12, 2014

CAMBRIDGE, MA — This past weekend, more than 100 students, faculty members, and families attended Boston's second annual Rise Up! A Celebration of Life festivities at the Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) and the Native American Indian Center of Boston. The two-day event chaired by Hannabah Blue (Diné), HSPH class of 2014, sought to build the foundation for a New England wide network of support for women and girls, for survivors of violence, and of activists and advocates working to interrupt and eliminate domestic and sexual violence, and human trafficking.

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Book Seeks to Address Lack of Attention on Native Student Experience

Book Seeks to Address Lack of Attention on Native Student Experience

September 24, 2013

Editors to discuss Beyond the Asterisk: Understanding Native Students in Higher Education at Gutman Library’s Distinguished Author Series and at UMASS Boston.

CAMBRIDGE, MA — The Harvard University Native American Program in conjunction with the Harvard Graduate School of Education’s Gutman Library and the Institute for New England Native American Studies at UMASS Boston will host a book talk on a newly published book addressing the regular practice of omitting Native American...

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