Native American Month 2011 is here!

Join us for an excellent slate of events exploring a range of topics from Native American identity, humor, role in sports, and the meaning of the Haudensaunee flag. A flier will all of the events can be found in the documents section of this site.

Nov. 1st – 12:00pm. Flag Raising with Cayuga Nation. Egbert Student Union flagpole.

Nov. 1st – 7pm. Native American Identity Panel with Hollie Kulago (Diné). Klingenstein Lounge. The panel will begin with a brief presentation of the complexities of identity for Native Americans today followed by questions for the student panel by the moderator and audience.

Nov. 9th – 8pm. Native American Comedian Charlie Hill. IC Square.

 Nov. 14th -- 7pm Film Screening of Bright Circle with filmmaker Shawn Kakuk exploring the role of Native Americans in sports, football in particular. Textor 103.

Sponsored by OSEMA, Native  American Studies, Diversity Awareness Committee,   Anthropology,  Sociology and Anthropology Club.  For more info contact Brooke Hansen at 607-274-1735 or or see the NAMS website

Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact  the Office of Student Engagement and Multicultural Affairs at 607- 274-1692. We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.



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