By Steve Ahlquist on September 26, 2017
“In closing, the Pokanoket Tribe wishes to once again extend our most sincere and heartfelt gratitude to all who have and continue to support our efforts to repatriate the ancestral lands of Potumtuk.”
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By Steve Ahlquist on September 25, 2017
On Thursday, Sept. 21, 2017, Brown University and the present-day Pokanoket Tribe members encamped since Aug. 20, 2017, on property in Bristol, Rhode Island, signed an agreement regarding the land.
Here’s the agreement:
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By MV on September 5, 2017
I want to begin this letter by making my background and intent clear. I write this letter as a person of color, the child of immigrants, a recent graduate, and as a part of the Brown community.
By Bella Noka on August 25, 2017
As a Narragansett, I stand with the Pokanoket Tribal Nation against there recent attack from Brown University.