Land Acknowledgement

Image of a wall covered in graffiti art created by Native American artists

The AT&T Center for Indigenous Politics and Policy acknowledges that it resides on the traditional and ancestral homelands of the Piscataway and Anacostan peoples, who have served as stewards of the region for generations.

 

A photograph overlooking the Potomac River

 

AT&T CIPP is located on The George Washington University's Foggy Bottom Campus in downtown Washington, D.C. The District borders the confluence of the Anacostia and Potomac Rivers, a historic center of trade and cultural exchange between several tribal nations. For generations, the Piscataway and Anacostian Peoples have resided in this region and served as stewards of the local land and waterways. Their people continue to thrive in the region and still honor and celebrate their culture and relationship with the land.