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Native Heritage Month 2014

Native Heritage Month calendar


Ed Edmo

Ed Edmo flyer

NASA (Native American Student Association) invites everyone to come and join them for the second event of Native Heritage Month! Our guest Ed Edmo, poet, performer, traditional storyteller, lecturer, and consultant on Northwest Tribal Culture, will come tell stories. 

He's also widely published and will discuss some of his recent work. He conducts workshops, traditional storytelling performances, dramatic monologues and lectures on such issues as cultural understanding and awareness, drug and alcohol abuse, and mental health. 

Edmo also serves as a consultant to the Smithsonian Museum of the American Indian. 

There will also be a storytelling session at 7:30pm in the Big IC Room! 

Food will be provided! 

If you have any questions, please contact Lekey Leidecker.

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Native Representation in Higher Education

Examining Diversity flyer

In continuation of Native Heritage Month, NASA presents a panel and discussion of the representation and presence of Native American peoples, subjects, and experiences within academia. Not too familiar with the topics yourself? This is the perfect chance to ask questions!

As always, food will be provided!

If you have any questions, please contact Lekey Leidecker.

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Incident at Oglala: The Leonard Peltier Story

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Thanksgiving Lecture by Ignacio Gallup-Díaz

Friday, November 21st at 7:00 pm in the Scheuer Room

Join NASA (Native American Student Association) in continuing Native Heritage Month with a special Thanksgiving Lecture by Ignacio Gallup-Díaz, professor of History at Bryn Mawr College. 

Ignacio Gallup-Díaz specializes in the history of the early modern Atlantic World. Gallup-Díaz is now at work on research projects that explore the development of autonomous African and indigenous communities in Panamá and Suriname during the period of colonization (1500-1800); the intellectual underpinnings of early English expansion; and poetical depictions of the Spanish attempts to subdue eastern Panamá and its peoples.

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