By Gayle Fee And Laura Raposa
The Harvard Law School prof was campaigning on the North Shore last Saturday while Harvard’s Native American Program filled Radcliffe Yard with Native American singers, dancers and drummers.
“The Harvard Powwow ... is a great way to bring local tribes into the Harvard community, acknowledging the ancestral homelands, and show our heritage,” Cesar Alvarez ’13, the incoming president of Native Americans at Harvard College, told the Harvard Gazette
So where was Liz while the Native Americans were doing their thing on the Radcliffe Lawn? According to her tweets, the candidate spent April 28 at the Third Middlesex Area Democrats Breakfast in Waltham, the Three Towns & Two Cities Breakfast with more Dems in Newburyport, campaigning in Lynn, and hanging with the local branch of the American Federation of Teachers in Quincy.