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Native American Heritage Month

Native American Heritage Month

November honors the vibrant and diverse cultures of the Native American community.  Please join us for the following virtual events:

Indigenous Determination  - Friday, October 23,1-4 pm 

For More Information, and Meeting Link:

Join us for a virtual conference focused on emotional, physical and overall well being; as well as indigenous social justice issues.  Keynote speaker:  Darryl Tonemah, Ph.D., speaking on Personal Sovereignty in the 21st Century.  

Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women - Awareness Day Panel - Thursday, November 5, 1-2pm 

Meeting Link (Webex)
ID: 1464215986
Password: yMM9rNeT 

Learn about the epidemic of missing and murdered women from reservations, and other communities.  There are ways you can help...join us to find out more.

Flutes and Stories with Randy Kemp - Thursday, November 12, 7-8pm

Meeting Link (Zoom)
Passcode: 315832

An evening of music and stories rooted in the contemporary Native American experience.  Randy Kemp, a Phoenix-based musician, raconteur, and visual artist, has won acclaim from audiences nationwide.  He'll impress you, too.

Tunnel of Oppression: Lost in Translation - Thursday, November 19.  Two Sessions:  9am-3pm & 5-7pm

Note:  Pre-registration is required.   
Meeting Link (Zoom)

Throughout time, stories–and larger historical narratives–have been altered to mask oppression and prejudice. Join us for a virtual experience that will challenge the way you think about privilege and inequality.

Gather:  Live Film Screening - Monday, November 23, 6:00pm  
Virtual Event.  An intimate portrait of the growing movement amongst Native Americans to reclaim their spiritual, political and cultural identities through food sovereignty, while battling the trauma of centuries of genocide. 

Q&A Session will follow, for those who wish to attend.

Note:  RSVP is required.
Tickets will be emailed to you.
As Event is Live, please be sure to enter on time, or early, if possible.  Screening Room will open at 5:30.  Please be signed into your Storyspaces account for access, using the same email/password you used to get the ticket.  

Viewing is recommended on Desktop computer, using Google Chrome.