March workshop has been cancelled. We will try to meet again in April. Please check back again later for updates.
Mary High Elk (Lakota) learned the art of beading from her mother when she was ten years old. Ms. High Elk is skilled at making jewelry, medicine bags, moccasins, and self-taught in the art of making dreamcatchers. Ms. High Elk grew up on the Cheyenne River Sioux Reservation.
Oberlin Indigenous Peoples' Day Committee invites you to a documentary entitled "Contrary Warrior: The Life and Times of Adam Fortunate Eagle" (82 mins.), an intimate first-person account on the life and work of Native activist, artist, ceremonial leader, enemy of the State, and author, Adam Fortunate Eagle.
A Native led community access television show interviews political activist, Three Eagle Cloud (Taino), of the American Indian Issues and Action Committee. Three Eagle Cloud works to dispel stereotypes surrounding Native People and to promote and advance the issues that affect them. Three Eagle Cloud is currently a resident of Oberlin, Ohio.