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Video of a panel discussion featuring archaeologists and cultural and physical anthropologists who represent efforts to promote equity, diversity and inclusion within a field that is struggling with its past around just these issues. Panelists included Mexican-American biological anthropologist Susan Antón, editor and author Chip Colwell, Black feminist, archaeologist, storyteller, and artist Ayana Omilade Flewellen, and Penobscot Nation member and anthropologist Darren Ranco. This event was sponsored by the Cultural Affairs/Distinguished Lecture Series, the Anthropology Department, the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, and the Hudson Museum.


The content was captured from the webpages of the University of Maine by Matthew Revitt, University Archivist on September 20, 2021.


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