Dr. Elizabeth Sumida Huaman, Associate Professor at the University of Minnesota, is organizing an online series featuring Indigenous speakers discussing human relationships with nature. According to Dr. Huaman, "Our goal with each session
Asahi Shimbun was one of several national newspapers present at last weekend's Kamucepnomi in Monbetsu. Their article discusses not only the cultural significance of the ritual, but also the fight for Indigenous rights
Sunday 9 August is the International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples, a day that celebrates Indigenous knowledge and the achievements of Indigenous peoples in promoting minority rights and environmental protection across
Today at 1:15 – 3:45PM (JST), CEMiPoS Director Hiroshi will lead a symposium discussing the history of Ainu-Japanese relations, the threats against Ainu culture that still exist today, and Upopoy‘
CEMiPoS had the privilege of communicating with Ainu-Hawaiian scholar and educator Māpuana Shizuko Hayashi-Simpliciano, who works in the field of Indigenous language and culture restoration. Māpu shared the above video, a collection of
LifeGate interviews CEMiPoS Director Hiroshi Maruyama in their feature article on Upopoy, The Symbolic Space for Ethnic Harmony, as they explore the controversy surrounding its construction. Read the article here. Image from LifeGate.