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Indigenous ways on display at NYPA event

Seneca Nation and Tuscarora teach about abundance and tradition at NYPA event September 27, 2021 | Our nation borders their’s but until we take the time to visit, or emissaries come to share in things like the New York Power Authority Wildlife Festival, we don’t always always think twice about the indigenous people and […]

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Students learn real history in Indigenous health disparities course

October 13, 2021 | Photo: Dean Seneca’s Indigenous health disparities course aims to teach students the real histories of American Indian and Alaska Native people, and how the injustices they faced created many of the health disparities that remain today. Photo: Meredith Forrest Kulwicki As a child, Katherine Connelly loved Disney’s “Pocahontas.” It told […]

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SU Indigenous students find Columbus statue ‘offensive and threatening’

October 27, 2021 | Photo: Syracuse community members have called for the statue to be taken down and Columbus Circle to be renamed, but the measures have faced opposition. Photo credit: Wendy Wang Indigenous students and faculty at Syracuse University have expressed their frustration toward celebrations surrounding the statue of Christopher Columbus in Syracuse. […]

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New York Connects Update

Nya:wëh Sgë:nö’ To All Seneca Community Members Submitted by Lafayette Williams We at New York Connects would like to let you know that we are still operating during this pandemic of the COVID-19. We can help you with your long-term services and supports and needs for people of all ages, any disability, and caregivers. New […]

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A message from President Matthew B. Pagels

Nya:weh sgënö’ gagwe:göh, I’m very thankful you are well. November is the month we give thanks for many things. I’m thankful we are working together as a community to stay healthy. Our numbers for COVID are elevated this week. We currently have 38 cases indicated on the COVID hub, 31 in Allegany, 3 in Cattaraugus […]