November is Indigenous American Heritage Month

Land Acknowledgement

The Berwyn Public Library acknowledges that Berwyn rests on the ancestral homelands of the Bodéwadmiké (Potawatomi), Kaskaskia, Kiikaapoi (Kickapoo), Myaamia (Miami), Očhéthi Šakówiŋ (Sioux), and Peoria people, and possibly others. We celebrate the history and heritage of these peoples, as well as all other Indigenous peoples of our nation.

Celebrate Indigenous Creators

Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked the World
Heart Berries
A Song for the Stars
Our History Is the Future
The Seven Paths
We Are Still Here!: Native American Truths Everyone Should Know
Moonshot: The Indigenous Comics Collection, Vol. 1
Song Without a Name
Molly of Denali - Season 1
Little You
The Marrow Thieves
Surviving the City
How We Go Home
Rhymes for Young Ghouls
Rez Dogs
Everything You Wanted to Know About Indians But Were Afraid to Ask: Young Readers Edition
Even As We Breathe
Walking in Two Worlds

What is Land Back?

“Land Back means a lot of different things. But I would say first and foremost, Land Back is very much the literal reclamation of land. And it’s the reclamation of everything stolen from us when we were forcibly removed from the lands.”

– Krystal Two Bulls, Director of NDN Collective’s Land Back Campaign

You may have heard of Land Back, but what is it? Learn more about the Land Back movement and what it means to Indigenous people by following the links below.
Note: These links will take you away from the Berwyn Public Library website.