Back to all activities

Records of Rights: Rights of Native Americans Exhibition

Less than 30 minutes

Brought to you by

National Archives

Cost

The history of Native American rights is not a progressive march; it’s a story of rights being alternately acknowledged and disregarded. In this struggle, tribes negotiated hundreds of treaties with the Federal Government. Nonetheless, Native Americans lost many rights due to conflicts with Americans and the interests of the Federal Government.

Activity Type:

  • Virtual

Level:

Beginner-friendly

Dive Deeper

Experience A Lunch Counter Sit-In

Experience A Lunch Counter Sit-In

By The National Center for Civil and Human Rights

  • Anytime/on your own

Calling all Athletes: Map Your Power

Calling all Athletes: Map Your Power

By Citizen University

  • Anytime/on your own
Save As: NextGen Heritage Conservation Podcast

Save As: NextGen Heritage Conservation Podcast

By Heritage Conservation Programs, University of Southern California

  • Anytime/on your own
Deep-Dish Dialogue: Rebuilding the Food System

Deep-Dish Dialogue: Rebuilding the Food System

By Smithsonian's National Museum of American History

  • Anytime/on your own

Viral Histories: Stories of Racism, Resilience, and Resistance in Asian American Communities

Viral Histories: Stories of Racism, Resilience, and Resistance in Asian American Communities

By Smithsonian's National Museum of American History

  • Anytime/on your own

Inkpaduta in Iowa: Dakota Decline, Dispossession and Erasure

Inkpaduta in Iowa: Dakota Decline, Dispossession and Erasure

By State Historical Museum of Iowa

  • Anytime/on your own