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Ho-Chunk Nation, UW hold banner celebration at Bascom Hall

UW doctoral student, faculty design banners to honor Ho-Chunk culture

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Hoocąk language organization preserves Indigenous culture

Language division offers services, apps to teach people to speak Hoocąk


Native Art Market at Arts + Literature Laboratory features works of Indigenous artists


Indigenous storytellers gather for annual night of storytelling

Three Indigenous storytellers tell stories in their native languages

UW-Madison Campus

Second Ho-Chunk Canoe found in Lake Mendota continues conversations around UW’s shared history

Canoe is oldest recovered in Great Lakes Region, according to UW archeologist

UW-Madison Campus

Ho-Chunk nation legal experts to hold roundtable about historic treaties Sept. 29

The panelists will discuss the impact of these treaties on modern day Madison

UW-Madison Campus

ASM passes latest COVID-19 Student Relief Fund legislation following compromise with UW admin

The UW Tribal Relations Director also spoke on behalf of the Ho-Chunk Nation during the last meeting of the 27th ASM session

UW-Madison Campus

‘Our Shared Future’ heritage marker to expand learning about native narratives

Academic units incorporate Ho-Chunk history into teaching, learning in honor of the marker


Mere awareness of colonial history with indigenous people insufficient toward progress

For a university situated entirely on sacred Ho-Chunk grounds, words do not substitute for actions


Why celebrating Indigenous history is more important than celebrating genocide

Recognition of Indigenous People's Day is a good start — but it's only the beginning of education process

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