Polynesian Voyagers Expert Panel Discussion
A panel discussion examining climate change, the traditional ways indigenous groups, including Polynesian and Virginian natives, have interacted with their environments, and how the world’s citizens can build a better future together.
Brulé in concert. Additional and high-resolution photos available upon request.
Award-Winning Native American Music Group Coming to Charlottesville
VFH is delighted to present Brulé, the nationally known, award-winning Native American rock/cultural music group.
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Navajo Lessons on Virginia Sustainability
Native traditions, embedded within tribal societies and practiced for hundreds or thousands of years, have much to teach us about treating the earth and other beings with respect.
Stephen Adkins, VFH Board Member and Chief of the Chickahominy Indian Tribe, presenting at NMAI on the differing experiences of European-Native contact. Photo by Katherine Fogden, National Museum of the American Indian.
Meet VFH Board Member Stephen Adkins
VFH Board member Stephen Adkins served on the school board for Charles City County where he became aware of a void in the way the story of Virginia Indians was told in Virginia history classrooms.