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First Peoples Week

First Peoples Week

Charlene Teter's Way of Sorrows | Art by Ryan Redcorn / Buffalo Nickel Creative

Overview

We’re embarking on our second-ever multi-day celebration of North American Indigenous life and history, and you’re invited!

Click here to view the exhibition.

For this week, celebrated Native creators, artists, chefs and others will take center stage. We’ll have vibrant conversations that will touch on land treaties, food, dance, Indigenous representation, storytelling and more.

As we bring so many voices together this week to educate minds, inspire hearts, and renew sprirts, The Greene Space would like to acknowledge that we are on Lenapehoking, the traditional and unceded land of the Lenape People, past and present. We honor with gratitude the land itself and the Lenape, who continue to honor and bring to light their heritage and contributions.

Upcoming Events

First Peoples Week: Interwoven Futures

2:00pm - 6:00pm ET

First Peoples Week

First Peoples Week is The Greene Space’s multi-day celebration of Indigenous communities in and out of NYC. Our mission is to provide meaningful space for Indigenous artists, organizers and thinkers to lead the conversation, and offer insights into their histories, cultures, concerns and visions for the future.
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