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  • A Tale of Inuit Betrayal and Survival in the High Arctic

    Imagine being banished along with your entire community to a veritable wasteland 1200 miles away from home. It happened to sixteen Inuit families from Hudson Bay in 1953 when the Canadian Government moved them to barren and frozen Ellesmere Island. We’ll hear their story this hour with Melanie McGrath, author of “The Long Exile: A […]

  • African Americans and Native Americans – A Shared Experience?

    Do African Americans and Native Americans share a similar experience? We’ll spend this hour with Dr. Tiya Alicia Miles, Assistant Professor of American Culture, Afroamerican and African Studies, and Native American Studies at the University of Michigan. Dr. Miles will receive the Hiett Prize from the Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture at the Dallas […]