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Dr. Jo Allyn Archambault

Anthropologist, and Director

Smithsonian Institution

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Smithsonian Institution

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WASHINGTON, District of Columbia 20560

United States

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Since its founding in 1846, the Smithsonian Institution has been committed to inspiring generations through knowledge and discovery. The Smithsonian is the world's largest museum and research complex, consisting of 19 museums and galleries, the National Z ... more

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AAA Commission on Minority Issues in Anthropology Report

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Initially, the Commission on Minority Issues consisted of Annette Weiner, a Euro-American, then-AAA President (now retired); Jim Peacock, then president-elect and chair-elect, a Euro-American; Jo Allyn Archambault (Smithsonian), an American Indian; Richard Bauman (Indiana U), a Euro-American; George Bond (Teachers College, Columbia U), an African American; Jorge Klor de Alva (Princeton), a Latino Americano; Yolanda Moses (City College of New York), an African American; Jennie Joe (University of Arizona), a Native American; Carlos Vélez-Ibáñez (University of California at Riverside), a Latino Americano and representative of the Association of Latina and Latino Anthropologists.


AAA Commission on Minority Issues in Anthropology Report

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Initially, the Commission on Minority Issues consisted of Annette Weiner, a Euro-American, then-AAA President (now retired); Jim Peacock, then president-elect and chair-elect, a Euro-American; Jo Allyn Archambault (Smithsonian), an American Indian; Richard Bauman (Indiana U), a Euro-American; George Bond (Teachers College, Columbia U), an African American; Jorge Klor de Alva (Princeton), a Latino Americano; Yolanda Moses (City College of New York), an African American; Jennie Joe (University of Arizona), a Native American; Carlos Vélez-Ibáñez (University of California at Riverside), a Latino Americano and representative of the Association of Latina and Latino Anthropologists.


THE STORY BEHIND THE "CORPS OF DISCOVERY" MONUMENT

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Dr. Jo Allyn Archambault, Sioux Indian, anthropologist, and Director of the American Indian Program at the Smithsonian Institution, was the consultant on Indian customs and dress.

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