Cultural heritage, Racial justice, Indigenous communities
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The University of Maine is a school that prides itself on the celebration of diversity and each individual that is a part of it. Sitting on a piece of land that once belongedto the Penobscot Nation, the university pays tribute to the Penobscot tribe and makes sure they are represented in the community. On Oct. 15 at 12:30 p.m., the Social and Marxist Studies Series hosted a webinar titled, “The Doctrine of Christian Discovery and Domination, Colonizing Indigenous Peoples, and the State of Maine,” virtually over Zoom. This public event was free and hosted by Michael Swacha, a lecturer of English and philosophy, who organized and moderated the virtual discussion. This is the second program in the series, and it is available to listen to on the Socialist and Marxist Series website.
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Lamonica, Bria, "Webinar series discusses colonialism's ongoing effects for Maine's Indigenous populations" (2020). University of Maine Racial Justice Collection. 186.