Equity, Justice, and Difference At Home and Abroad

7:00 PM  - 9:00 PM
Wednesday Apr 18, 2018
John B. Davis Lecture Hall, Ruth Stricker Dayton Campus Center

Representing Indigenous Voices: Art, History, and Activism

Come learn about challenges, possibilities, and struggles around representing Native experiences and histories in academia, activism, and art practice.

Renowned Native artist HOCK E AYE VI Edgar Heap of Birds will be joined in a conversation moderated by Dr. Katie Phillips (History, Macalester) featuring Kate Beane, Ph.D., (American Indian Initiatives, Minnesota Historical Society), and John Little (documentary filmmaker of More than a Word and University of Minnesota Ph.D. candidate).

Reception follows.

This event is co-sponsored by:
The Institute for Global Citizenship, The Office of the President, The Department of Political Science, The Department of Multicultural Life, The Critical Theory Concentration, and The Departments of: American Studies, Anthropology, Art & Art History, History, Media & Cultural Studies, Sociology, and Special Thanks to Proud Indigenous People for Education

This event is for: Alumni, Students, Staff, Faculty, Parents and Families and Public

Sponsored By: Kofi Annan Institute for Global Citizenship (IGC)

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