- events this week
- Events to Support DACA Students
- lunch on us
- iUnite Week 2017
- Organizing Change Student Leadership Retreat
- Diversity & Inclusion Network Exchange
- congratulatory and awards ceremonies
- Past Events
Events for the week of November 11
Monday, November 11
Dish It Up—"#indigenous: Native Women's Organizing, Idle No More, and Social Media Activism" lunch presentation by Dr. Jodi Byrd (Chickasaw Nation of Oklahoma), Acting Director, American Indian Studies, Associate Professor AIS & English. Women’s Resources Center, Noon-1pm
Tuesday, November 12
Choctaw Storytelling & Flute playing, Greg Rodgers. Illini Union Courtyard Cafe. Noon-1pm.
Native American & Indigenous Student Organization Beading Workshop. Native American House, 6:30-8pm
Wednesday, November 13
Choogie: Cherokee Storytelling, Illini Union Courtyard Cafe, Noon-1pm
Friday, November 15
National Roc Your Mocs Day
Chat 'n Chew—"Ancient Nahua Symbols," Akaxe, Temachtiani of Chimostok Academy. Native American House, Noon-1pm
Monday, November 4
Maori Approaches to Research and Methodology Workshop — Nepia & Rangimarie Mahuika, University of Waikato, New Zealand. Hosted by American Indian Studies Graduate Student Association. Native American House, 10am-1:30pm
Tuesday, November 5
Cody Blackbird: Cherokee & Dakota Flute Performing Artist. Illini Union Courtyard Cafe. Noon-1pm
Thursday, November 7
Bear Cub Productions: Intertribal Pow Wow Singing & Dancing Performance. Illini Union Courtyard Cafe. Noon-1pm
Meet 'n Greet: Chocolate Woman Collective (Guna), Jeremy Nevilles-Sorell (White Earth Ojibwe), Bear Cub Productions (Oneida/Menominee/Pima). Native American House, 1:30-3pm.
"Healing Our Traumas" — Jeremy Nevilles-Sorell (White Earth Ojibwe). Native American House, 7-9pm.
Friday, November 8
Wunksheek: Student Drumgroup, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Illini Union Courtyard Cafe, Noon-1pm.
Conversation Cafe: "Return to Honor: Engaging Native Men in Addressing Violence Against Women." Jeremy Nevilles-Sorell, Mending the Sacred Hoop. Women's Resources Center, Noon-1pm.