President Barack Obama
View the entire Presidential Proclamation here.
2016 EVENT DETAILS - More information to come...
Environmental Awareness Day November 1
Bovee UC, CID 108 12:00pm - 2:00pm
Out of respect for the Native American tradition of honoring Mother Earth, the North American Indigenous Student Organization is coordinating a campus-wide cleanup to kick off Native American Heritage Month. Register to volunteer on OrgSync
Sponsored by: NAISO, Native American Programs
Bovee UC, Rotunda 5:00pm - 9:00pm
Traditional and contemporary Native American cuisine including a fashion show and a dance performance of contemporary Native American dancers. CMU student w/ ID $5, General Public $7 (or) toiletries in the amount of the price of admission to be donated to the Military in observance of Military Appreciation Week.
Sponsored by: NAISO, Native American Programs, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. Sigma Kappa Chapter
Soup & Substance November 10
Bovee UC, Terrace Rooms A-D 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Native American Activism: LaDonna Harris, founder and President of Americans for Indian Opportunity will join us to discuss Indian 101.
Sponsored by: Office of Diversity Education, Native American Programs
Indian 101: Documentary & Discussion November 10
Pearce Hall, 128 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Native American Activism: LaDonna Harris, founder and President of Americans for Indian Opportunity will join us to watch and discuss Indian 101.
Sponsored by: Native American Programs, Ziibiwing Cultural Center, Women and Gender Studies, CMU Speakers Series
Dakota 38: Documentary & Discussion November 18
Bovee UC, Auditorium 3:00pm - 5:00pm
The documentary film tells the story of Jim Miller's vision to remember the 38 Dakota men who were executed in Mankato, MN on December 28, 1862.
Sponsored by: Native American Programs
Key Note Speaker: Joseph Boyden November 19
Anspach 161 6:30pm - 8:00pm
Joseph Boyden is a Canadian Novelist and short story writer. He was named the winner of the 2014 edition of Canada Reads. He is best known for the Three Day Road and Through Black Spruce. **Book signing following.
Sponsored by: Native American Programs, Ziibiwing Cultural Center, Multicultural Academic Student Services, KCP Visiting Professors
Rock Your Mocs Every Monday in Nov.
CMU Campus All Day!
Stand with us world wide to recognize Tribal Individuality and to bring awareness! #RockYourMocs #RYM2015 #CMUNAHM
Cultural Tables Every Thursday in Nov.
Bovee UC, Down Under Food Court 12:00pm - 1:30pm