By Hailey Oppenlander (’22)
The Bureau of Indian Affairs and many Christian missionaries outlawed Native tongues at their boarding schools, and some languages died out due to these concerted efforts to eliminate them.
By Emmet Powell (‘23)
In the late 1960s, the Civil Rights Movement struggled in pursuit of social justice and equal rights under the law for Black Americans in the United States. At the forefront of the movement were artists like David Hammons, who used their work to progress the cause.
By Alexia Zolenski (‘22)
It’s summer in Detroit, Michigan. Between the lofty tower of the GM Renaissance Center and the MacArthur Bridge to Belle Isle lies the city’s Warehouse District. As the sun beats down upon a collection of abandoned buildings, the former home of Northern Engineering Works stands, its dull red brick glowing brighter, albeit slightly, in the rays.