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Native American Heritage Month Call for Programs

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Part of our campus tradition is to recognize cultural heritage months on campus. In November, our campus will be recognizing and honoring Native American Heritage Month. This annual recognition provides a fantastic opportunity for our campus community to come together and celebrate the rich history, contributions and diversity of Native American individuals and their communities. We invite you to actively participate in this celebration by submitting your programs for events, workshops, panels, performances and other activities in honor of Native American Heritage Month. This is a chance for us to shine a spotlight on the vibrant and resilient Native American cultures and communities.

Event guidelines: Programs should aim to educate, engage and/or inspire our campus community about the diverse aspects of Native American heritage. We encourage creativity and collaboration in designing events that are inclusive and reflective of the broad spectrum of experiences within these communities.

Program ideas:

  • Identity workshops: Explore topics related to culture and intersectionality.
  • Film screenings: Showcase films that explore Native American themes and narratives.
  • Panel discussions: Address important topics related to Native American history, activism and contemporary issues.
  • Art exhibitions: Feature Native American student artwork that embodies the spirit of the celebration.

To submit your program, please complete the Call for Programs form If you have any questions or need further information, please do not hesitate to reach out to Let’s unite in making this year’s Native American Heritage Month a memorable and impactful celebration. Your involvement will contribute to fostering a more inclusive and culturally aware campus environment.

Grace Gutierrez