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Indigenous Peoples Acknowledgement

The city of Wichita occupies the traditional homelands and hunting and camping territories of several Native American nations, including the Kiowa, Kaw, Osage, Wichita, the people of the Seven Council Fires, and many other Indigenous caretakers of this land and water. Today, the state of Kansas remains home to four federally recognized tribes: Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation, Kickapoo Tribe in Kansas, Iowa Tribe of Kansas and Nebraska, and Sac and Fox Nation of Missouri in Kansas and Nebraska. This land and water are deeply connected to the vibrant cultures of Indigenous people past, present, and future. As a cultural institution that seeks to connect with the entirety of its diverse community, the Ulrich Museum is honored to present, collect, and support art that represents Indigenous perspectives. We also recognize our responsibility to help dismantle legacies of invisibility and injustice against Indigenous peoples through conversation, representation, and education.

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1845 Fairmount; Wichita, KS 67260-0046