Data Services Pauses for Indigenous Peoples Day

On Monday, October 12, 2020, NYU Data Services will be taking time to learn and observe Indigenous Peoples Day. For us, this means pausing to reflect, through reading scholarship and other resources, on the manifold ways in which European colonialism has precipitated displacement, violence, disease and death upon those first living in North America.

SAN YSIDRO, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES – 2019/07/12: Demonstrator holds a placard during the protest. Over one thousand people gathered in San Ysidro near the US Mexico border to protest against treatment of asylum seekers in US detention centers. 24 immigrants have died in ICE custody during Trumps administration. (Photo by Megan Jelinger/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images)

Members of the Data Services team have aggregated a list of resources, data sets, projects, and other information on Indigenous Peoples Day. We hope that you are able to make use of them in your teaching, research, and learning.

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