Gilder Lerman Center Conference “Indigenous Enslavement and Incarcerations in North American History”
This year, Yale’s Gilder Lerman Center hosted its annual conference entitled “Indigenous Enslavement and Incarcerations in North American History.”
Concluding the first day of the conference, the Native American Cultural Center hosted an open house for conference attendees. This conference addressed incarcerations ranging from the boarding school experiences to unfreedoms that result from stereotypes in children’s popular literature. The conference yielded many fruitful discussions on indigenous slaveries, freedoms, incarcerations, activism, and new directions in the field.