Serves food from countries with which the United States is in conflict
Our Current Focus is on the Food,
Culture and Politics of The Haudenosaunee Confederacy
The Iroquois White Corn Project grows, processes and sells heirloom white corn. The IWCP also works to promote food sovereignty, preserve traditions and foster healthy minds and bodies in Haudenosaunee communities.
The Museum is located within the Allegany Reservation in Salamanca, NY and features a wide range of permanent and temporary exhibits on the culture and history of the Onöndowa’ga:’ (Seneca) and Haudenosaunee.
Dedicated to fostering a deeper understanding of Iroquois culture through art, the Iroquois Indian Museum features a number of contemporary works from Haudenosaunee artists.
Located in Victor, NY, this is the home of a historic Seneca Village and the newly opened Seneca Art and Culture Center. Ganondagan offers a variety of year-round public programming which explores the culture and politics of the Haudenosaunee people.
This is the official website of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy and is a helpful resource to learn more about their government structures. The site also houses the Haudenosaunee Confederacy Council newsletter.
Created by the Iroquois Indian Museum, this interactive website provides historic and contemporary education about the six member nations of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy.
The Network offers English-language reporting from journalists of Indigenous descent.
The Seneca Nation website highlights a variety of information on the Seneca state, including historic Seneca leaders, the Seneca Nation Constitution and details of treaties made between the Seneca Nation and federal and state governments.