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Dyckman Discussions Panel Series: Indigenous Communities of Upper Manhattan and the Hudson Valley at Holy Trinity Church

Dyckman Discussions: Indigenous Communities of Upper Manhattan
April 1, 2023 at 2PM
Location: Holy Trinity Church Inwood

Dyckman Discussions is a two year discussion series focusing on exploring topics in New York history, such as forced removal of indigenous people, Dutch colonization, enslaved labor, and immigration. “Indigenous Communities of Upper Manhattan,” is the second panel in a series of 5 taking place in 2023.

More about the panel: The city of New York has yet to reckon with its history of marginalizing indigenous people of Manhattan Island – specifically the Lenape and Algonquin-speaking communities of the Northeast. Chaired by Christian Ayne Crouch (Bard College), this panel casts a light on the traditional practices, customs, and traditions of indigenous people. This will include a discussion of diaspora, as many of these communities were forced north, or west, as a result of the encroachment from European and American migrants.

No registration is required to attend in person. To attend virtually, please register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_aG7CjllXSx6VWGfLTAjCZw

Discusiones Dyckman:

Comunidades Indígenas del Alto Manhattan
Primero de abril del 2023 a las 2:00 pm.
Lugar: Iglesia de la Santísima Trinidad Inwood.

Discusiones Dyckman es una serie de debates de dos años que se centra en la exploración de temas de la historia de Nueva York, como la expulsión forzosa de indígenas, la colonización holandesa, la mano de obra de los esclavos y la inmigración. “Comunidades indígenas del Alto Manhattan” es el segundo panel de una serie de cinco paneles que tendrán lugar en el 2023.

Más sobre el panel: La ciudad de Nueva York aún tiene que contar su historia de marginación de los pueblos indígenas de la Isla de Manhattan, específicamente las comunidades de habla lenape y algonquin del noreste. Presidido por Christian Ayne Crouch (Bard College), este panel resalta las prácticas, costumbres y tradiciones de los pueblos indígenas. Esto incluirá una discusión sobre la diáspora, ya que muchas de estas comunidades fueron forzadas al norte o al oeste, como resultado de la invasión de inmigrantes europeos y estadounidenses.

Classical Piano Concert with Rachel Naomi Kudo at Holy Trinity Church

Pianist Rachel Naomi Kudo performs at Holy Trinity Church Inwood, 20 Cumming Street, on Saturday, March 18, 7-8 PM. Following her orchestral debut with the Chicago and Fort Worth Symphony Orchestras, Rachel has performed as both soloist and chamber musician at the Bachfest in Leipzig, Royal Castle in Warsaw, Salle Cortot in Paris, Musikverein in Vienna, Tel Aviv Museum of Art in Israel, International Chopin Festival in Duszniki-Zdrój, Poland, Tivoli International Festival in Denmark, Bergen International Festival in Norway, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C., and Alice Tully Hall, David Geffen Hall, and Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall in New York.

She is a recipient of the Gilmore Young Artist Award, a Davidson Fellow Laureate of the Davidson Institute of Talent Development, and the Salon de Virtuosi Grant. Additionally, she earned scholarships from the National YoungArts Foundation and Rohm Music Foundation, and has won numerous top prizes at the U.S. National Chopin Competition in Miami, and a finalist diploma at the 15th International Chopin Competition in Warsaw.

Born in Washington, D.C., to Japanese-Korean parents, Rachel began her studies with Emilio del Rosario at the Music Institute of Chicago. After spending her childhood in Japan, she returned to Chicago to pursue a musical life, playing chamber music and violin in her high school orchestra, appearing on From the Top on NPR, also studying with Kum-Sing Lee in Vancouver, Canada.

Stay to enjoy light refreshments and meet Rachel.

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