Visit the Duwamish Longhouse and Cultural Center
The Duwamish Tribe raised money to buy back their People's own territory to build the Duwamish Longhouse and Cultural Center in 2008. The Longhouse is a gathering place the Tribe graciously shares with the larger community with free monthly public events, an art gallery, museum, gift shop, as well as tribal offices.
-Promised Land, a social justice documentary that follows the Duwamish and the Chinook, as they fight for the restoration of treaty rights they've long been denied
-Princess Angeline, a documentary about the Duwamish and the history of their unrecognized tribal status told through the story of the daughter of Chief Seattle. Available at the Seattle Public Library.
-Money Well Spent, interview with Chairperson Cecile Hansen on KNKX at minute 22:20.
-Indigenous Solidarity Funding National Webinar Recording featuring Real Rent Duwamish
-City Arts Magazine: Real Rent Right Now
-Duwamish Tribe Vows to Keep Fighting for Recognition, Despite Last Week's Decision
-Seattle School Board Calls for Federal Recognition of the Duwamish Tribe
-City Lab: A Native American Tribe Gets Rent as Reparations in Seattle
-Yes! Magazine: Rent is Recognition & Restitution for Seattle's Native Inhabitants
-Capitol Hill Seattle Blog: Seattle's Indigenous People's Day filled with blessings and song- and rent