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Events in Europe

27.09.2020
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10.01.2021
Exhibit: "The North American Indian – Fascination and staging in the photographies of Edward Curtis"
Kultur- und Stadthistorisches Museum Duisburg (City Museum Duisburg, Germany) On September 27th 2020 the City Museum of Duisburg, Germany opens its new temporary exhibit titled “The North American Indian –...   mehr



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04.09.2020

The casting is finished

Final decisions have been made. The casting director from Sweden is not looking for Native American actors any longer.



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Updates - Website

25.09.2020, 20:30

New site "Events in Europe"

Please follow the link at the bottom of this page to take a look. You will find information about an exhibit at the City Museum Duisburg in Germany.   mehr


05.09.2020, 09:10

NAAoG e.V. on Social Media

A lot of Native Americans are using social media. In order to share news and information fast and effectively, our association has a Twitter and a Facebook page. If you click on the link at the button of this...   mehr


20.08.2020, 13:10

New site - Information for children - Educational Resources

While a lot of German children are still watching "Yakari", a German television series that reinforces stereotypes and is aired out by ARD and ZDF (Germany's public broadcasters), children in the United States...   mehr


11.08.2020, 16:30

Native Americans voicing their opinions - Stereotypes and "Indian" Costumes

Especially on social networks you will find a lot of controversal discussions about cultural appropriation, "Indian" costumes, stereotypes, and racism. Many comments show very clearly that there is a lack of...   mehr


10.08.2020, 16:24

New site "Education"

We receive more and more e-mails from German educators, teachers, and parents who are concerned about stereotypes being passed on at kindergartens and schools in Germany. They want to emsure that children have...   mehr


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