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Graffiti Art and Indigenous Culture, February 27, 2020

Julie Garreau (Lakota), a member of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe and founding director of the Cheyenne River Youth Project in South Dakota, will speak at Ursuline College in Pepper Pike on Thursday, February 27, 4:00-5:00 p.m.

Learn more about the work of this award-winning leader here: https://youtu.be/hsLMeVAMiHw

Having Reservations: Humor and the Arts of Healing

Dr. Bernard C. Perley (Maliseet) teaches linguistic anthropology, American Indian Societies and Cultures, and Native American Oral Traditions at University of Wisconsin in Madison. Dr. Perley is from Tobique First Nation in New Brunswick, Canada. His cartoon series “Having Reservations” portrays the perplexities and ironies of everyday life for indigenous people in North America.

Radical Words: Chrystos at ECPL

Chrystos at East Cleveland Public Library flyer

Join East Cleveland Public Library in welcoming the award-winning poet Chrystos to Cleveland for a poetry reading. Chrystos is winner of the Audre Lourde International Poetry Competition and Sappho Award of Distinction, and whose work examines themes of social justice, feminism, and Native rights.

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25th Anniversary Third World Liberation Conference

Third World Liberation Conference flyer

Third World Liberation Conference will feature multiple panels with speakers and presenters from both Oberlin and the surrounding area, as well as prominent speakers in their field from across the country.

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NAIVC Community Meeting - March 2018

This year NAIVC will be hosting 4 meetings throughout the 2018 year.
We hope that you will be able to join us and take part in the activities.

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Oberlin Student Labor Action Coalition 2018 Weekend of Action Symposium

Come attend a talk by guest speaker Leon Briggs (Seneca) comparing the "Indian Health Care" program with traditional health care: religious, herbal, and spiritual. Mr. Briggs will discuss health issues facing Native communities and how to deal with these issues and balance traditional ways of life by using traditional, spiritual, and cultural remedies. This event is free and open to the public. This talk is part of Oberlin's Student Labor Action Coalition (SLAC) annual Weekend of Action symposium (March 30th-April 1, 2018).
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March 5 - CALL TO ACTION - Fountain of the Pioneers, Kalamazoo MI

Friends of MCARSM,

Please Sign/Comment & Share this petition to remove the Fountain of the Pioneers from the City of Kalamazoo’s town square. It has been protested since its dedication in 1940.

The city commission will be deciding the fate of this deteriorating symbol of Native oppression on Monday, March 5 at Kalamazoo City Hall.

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