Making Space for Resistance: Past, Present, and Future Exhibition
Making Space for Resistance: Past, Present, Future was an exhibition designed and curated by ISAPD. On view at the Rudolph Hall North Gallery at Yale from August 29 through October 5, 2019, the exhibition marked the 50th anniversary of the Alcatraz Island Occupation, an act of Indigenous resistance compelling justice and recognition of tribal self-determination and sovereignty. The exhibition highlighted past, present, and future visions of Indigenous space, connected to objectives expressed during the Occupation of Alcatraz Island.
Gregory Cajete, PhD - "Native Astronomy and Spatial Resonance: Aligning with the Cosmos"
On April 15, 2021, Gregory Cajete, PhD, Professor of Native American Studies and Language Literacy Sociocultural Studies at the University of New Mexico, spoke at the Yale School of Architecture as a collaborative effort between ISAPD and the M.E.D Working Group for Anti-Racism.