This week, learn a bit about the Florida Folklife Festival! Experience music, crafts, storytelling, food, dancing and more at this year's 70th annual festival in White Springs, FL. Follow along to explore the history of the festival, the integral role Seminole people have played in its popularity and success, and how you can participate.
How much do you know about the Plume Wars in Florida? Grab some popcorn! This week follow along as we talk about the Native Reel Cinema Festival, the Plume Wars in Florida, and the 1958 film Wind Across the Everglades.
Last week, we explored the history of Seminole basket-making. This week, join us as we take a look at Seminole basket makers, how important it is to support traditional makers, and threats to the craft.
Do you know what customary use rights are? Join us as we learn more about Big Cypress National Preserve in South Florida, and the rights Seminole and Miccosukee people have in this federally managed space.
In the third and final installment of our Ethics and Native communities series, join us as we learn all about ecotourism and how to be an ethical eco-tourist in Indian Country. Think critically about your role as a tourist, and how to be responsible when it comes to the environment and communities you interact with!
In our second installment of the Ethics and Native cultures series, join us for a conversation about cultural appropriation. What is it? What can YOU do to appreciate other cultures? Avoid falling into the trap of appropriation!
From sofkee to pumpkin fry bread, bring a plate and get ready to eat! This week join us as we learn about traditional Seminole foods and how they are important to Seminole people and a culture of resilience and resistance. How many have you had before?