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Monday, August 20, 2018 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM CDT
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Red Lake Nation College - Bremer Student Union

23750 MN-1
Red Lake, MN 56671

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Jennifer Tonko
Minnesota Humanities Center
651-772-4264
jennifer@mnhum.org

"The Relentless Business of Treaties: Two Critical Perspectives" (08-20-2018)

Scholars Martin Case and Dr. David Wilkins will talk about how indigenous land became property in the U.S. system and why the relationships and connections between treaty signers-both for indigenous nations and the U.S.-led to structures and systems still in place today.

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