Native American History Month 21

Image stating Native American Heritage Month November 2021. Logos of SR Intercultural Center, The HUB Cultural Center, Sonoma State Arts & Humanities, Green Music Center

Native American History Month

Join us as we honor, celebrate, and highlight Native American history and those currently working to strengthen the Native American community today.


Upcoming events


graphic that states Native American History/ Heritage MonthNATIVE AMERICAN HERITAGE MONTH CLOSING CEREMONY 

 

Tuesday, November 30th 12:00pm - 1:00pm | Register for the Zoom Link

Join us at the closing ceremony for Native American Heritage Month, as we share stories, listen to music, and share our passion for continuing to learn about and celebrate Native American heritage beyond November!

 

 


Redbud Resource Group LogoGoing Beyond Land Acknowledgments

Friday, December 10th 9:30am - 12:30pm | to RSVP, email mhernandezlegorreta@santarosa.edu

Going Beyond Land Acknowledgements is an interactive 3 hour workshop for individuals seeking to grow their allyship with Native peoples. Participants learn about the strengths and limitations of land acknowledgments and explore concrete, action-oriented strategies for building connections with Native communities and organizations.

 


Past events

 

headshot of Dr. Anton Treuer smiling looking away from the camera, wearing a black shirtHOT TOPICS IN INDIGENOUS STUDIES WITH DR. ANTON TREUER 

 

Tuesday, November 2nd | 11:00am - 12:00pm | Register for the Zoom Link 

Join author Dr. Anton Treuer for an interactive and informed discussion of hot topics in Indigenous Studies, including residential boarding schools, pipeline protests, the use of Indigenous people as mascots for sports teams, and how we can best grapple with racial equity in the time of racial reckoning.

 

 

 

 


book cover of "Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Indians But Were Afraid to Ask"NATIVE AMERICAN & INDIGENOUS STUDIES READING GROUP WITH DR. ERICA TOM

Wednesday, November 10th 6:00pm - 7:00pm | The HUB Cultural Center | Please RSVP to Dr. Erica Tom (tome@sonoma.edu(link sends e-mail))

Join Dr. Erica Tom, Director of Native American Studies at SSU for dinner and discussion of Anton Treuer’s book "Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Indians But Were Afraid to Ask" in the HUB Cultural Center. Please RSVP to Dr. Erica Tom (tome@sonoma.edu(link sends e-mail))." to the event on November 10th?

 

 

 

 


headshot of Dr. Brenda Flyswithhawks, smiling at the camera, has long black hair. WALKING IN TWO WORLDS: SURVIVING COLONIALISM, RACISM, AND WESTERN EDUCATION WITH BRENDA FLYSWITHHAWKS, PH.D. 

 

Friday, November 12th | 12:00pm - 1:30pm | Register for the Zoom Link

Dr. Brenda FlyswithHawks will talk about her journey from the reservation to the halls of academia and the Western obstacles and successes she encountered along the way. Her story is one of strength, courage, and grace that promises to empower, encourage, and bring hope to the next generations.

 

 

 

 


 

movie cover of the movie Reel injunBEYOND STEREOTYPES: INSPIRED NATIVES

 

 

Wednesday, November 17th | 5:00pm - 6:30pm | Register for the Zoom Link

In this session of Out of the Margins, we will explore the stereotypes we have internalized (as non-Native and Native participants); we will excavate where they came from through an analysis of mainstream media mis-representation; and we will map out ways we can not only stop stereotyping Indigenous people, but support inspired Natives' voices, creations, and self-representations. 

Session Facilitators:

*Participants are encouraged to read the preparation work designed for this session before attending.