Week of Jan 14th Preview: Representation of Native Americans in NYC Exhibitions

This week Marabou explores the representation of Native Americans in New York City exhibitions.

Tues, Jan 15: “Taíno: Native Heritage and Identity in the Caribbean | Taíno: herencia e identidad idígena en el Caribe” at the National Museum of the American Indian in New York.

Wed, Jan 16: Marabou looks at No More Grating Yuka | No Más Voy a Guayar Yuka, a children’s historical fiction book about a young Taíno girl named Anani.

Fri, Jan 18: “Art of Native America: The Collection of Charles and Valerie Diker” at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.

Video description: A white index card is pinned to a cork board with red and orange writing reading “A Marabou Preview: Week of Jan 14th.” The push pin holding the card has blue yarn attached. The camera follows the blue yarn to another index card, with green writing “Representation of Native Americans in NYC Exhibitions” the camera continues to follow the blue yarn to index cards that share the week’s schedule listed above. The video ends panning out to see the entire cork board with all index cards connected by blue yarn and Marabou standing on the bottom of the cork board looking at the camera.

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