Native American Heritage Month
office for institutional diversity
The Society of Native American Peoples (SNAP) and the Office of AHANA Student Programs (OASP) is hosting the first ever Native American Heritage Month.
Native American Heritage Month -Opening Celebration
Friday, November 4 : Heights Room, 6:30pm-7:30pm
This event will be our kickoff celebration for the month and will feature food, Native American singing and dancing groups, crafts, speakers and more!
Dream Catcher Workshop
Thursday, November 10: Walsh Function Room, 9-11pm
This event will give attendees an opportunity to make their very own dream catcher! Materials and food will be provided!!! Be sure to come early because in past materials have ran out quickly.
"We Still Live Here" Screening
Wednesday, November 16th: Merkert 127
We will be screening Anne Makepeace’s award-winning documentary "We Still Live Here". This remarkable film tells the story of cultural revival by the Wampanoag of Southeastern Massachusetts. Highlighting the importance that the native language has on the culture of Native American communities. This is a great opportunity for those in attendance to learn about a crisis of language preservation which is plaguing many reservations across the United States. The filmmaker will be in attendance present her film and for a Q&A afterwards.
So You Think You Can Cook?
Monday, November 28th: Eagle's Nest 6:30-8:00pm
Test your skills in this cultural cuisine cook-off! In collaboration with the Chinese Student Association (CSA) and South Asian Student Association (SASA).