. ‘Unsilenced’: Stories of enslaved Indigenous people « JO LEE MAGAZINE

INDIAN COUNTRY TODAY – Their stories are not the typical tales of slavery told through the experiences of African-Americans, who were forcibly brought to this country for that purpose. Instead, they are among more than 100 enslaved Indigenous people whose stories are now being examined through an art installation in southern Colorado by artist, activist and physician Chip Thomas, an African-American and Lumbee who goes by the moniker, jetsonorama. The exhibition, “Unsilenced: Indigenous Enslavement in Southern Colorado,” is on display at the Fort Garland Museum and Cultural Center operated by the nonprofit History Colorado historical society.

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