American Indian Heritage Month

American Indian Heritage Month Events

Native Chalk Talk
Ongoing
Location: NSU Campus
Hosted by Native American Student Association
Contact: Shayla Mouse, nasa@nsuok.edu

Honor Walk
with Kelly Anquoe, JoKay Dowell and Sequoyah High School H.O.P.E. Club
Monday, November 2
5:00 pm, 2nd Century Square
Hosted by Native American Student Association (NASA)
Contact: Shayla Mouse, nasa@nsuok.edu

Fancy Dancers
Wednesday, November 4
Noon - 1:00 pm, 2nd Century Square.
Inclement weather: UC Redbud Room, 3rd Floor
Half hour storytelling workshop, half hour singing workshop
Hosted by Indigenous Scholar Development Center
Contact: ISDC, 918.444.3042

AISES/AIBL Indian Taco Sale
Thursday, November 5
11:00 am - 2:00 pm, NSU Baptist Collegiate Ministries
Hosted by AISES and AIBL
Info/Delivery: Lizzie, 918.869.7529 or Gabriel, 918.457.0035
Pre-orders until 10 pm Nov. 4, aises@nsuok.edu

Australia’s First People: Examining Their Culture and the Impact of Colonisation on Their Place in Contemporary Australian Society with Sean O’Toole, 2015 Austraila Fullbright Professional Scholar
Thursday, November 5
4:00 - 5:30 pm, 2nd Floor, John Vaughan Library
Hosted by Indigenous Scholar Development Center
Contact: ISDC, 918.444.3042

NSU Football Halftime Presentation
Saturday, November 7
1:00 pm, Doc Wadley Stadium
Hosted by Center for Tribal Studies and Indigenous Scholar Development Center
Contact: CTS, 918.444.4350

Water Rights Issues with Sara Hill
Tuesday, November 10
9:30 - 10:50 am, Seminary Hall 227
Hosted by Indigenous Scholar Development Center
Contact: ISDC, 918.444.3042

Social Stickball Game
Tuesday, November 10
6:00 pm, Beta Field
Hosted by Native American Student Association
Contact: Shayla Mouse, nasa@nsuok.edu

I Believe with Brian Jackson
Thursday, November 12
3:30 - 4:30 pm, Webb Auditorium
Hosted by Indigenous Scholar Development Center
Contact: ISDC, 918.444.3042

Dawes Commission Play - FREE SHOW
Saturday, November 14
7:00 pm, NSU Ctr. for the Performing Arts
Hosted by Center for Tribal Studies, Indigenous Scholar Development Center and OK Arts Council
Contact: CTS, 918.444.4350

Masters of Their Universe: Native Women Artists of the 20th and 21st Centuries with Philbrook Museum Curator Christina Burke
Monday, November 16
3:00 pm, 2nd Floor, John Vaughan Library
Hosted by Indigenous Scholar Development Center, Cherokee and Indigenous Studies, and the Center for Women’s Studies
Contact: ISDC, 918.444.3042

Storytelling with Gayle Ross
Tuesday, November 17
4:00 pm, 2nd Floor, John Vaughan Library
Hosted by American Indian Science & Engineering Society (AISES)
Contact: Lizzie Lightning, aises@nsuok.edu

NASA Indian Taco Sale
Wednesday, November 18
11:00 am - 2:00 pm, NSU Baptist Collegiate Ministries
Hosted by Native American Student Association
Contact: Shayla Mouse, nasa@nsuok.edu

Persistence Storytelling Series with Janelle Adair
Wednesday, November 18
6:00 pm, 2nd Floor, John Vaughan Library
Hosted by Indigenous Scholar Development Center
Contact: ISDC, 918.444.3042

Indigenous Community: Rekindling the Teachings of the Seventh Fire with Dr. Gregory Cajete
Friday, November 20
2:00 pm, 2nd Floor, John Vaughan Library
Hosted by Indigenous Scholar Development Center
Contact: ISDC, 918.444.3042

Stompdance Demonstration
Saturday, November 21
Time: TBA, NSU Old Gym
Hosted by Indigenous Scholar Development Center
Contact: ISDC, 918.444.3042