Celebrating Native Americans and the Native Community | Student Affairs Division
Events to come
Attend campus events to hear Indigenous voices and perspectives, learn, find community and more.
To hear Indigenous perspectives:
Indigenous planning: community development practices
November 1 5:15 p.m.-6 p.m., virtual
Join the conversation with Laura Harjo, Associate Professor of Native American Studies at the University of Oklahoma, as she shares ways to implement future-oriented Indigenous planning processes communities want to live in. . Check out the Zoom link to take part in this event.
Running to be visible: Film screening and discussion
November 3, 5:30 p.m., Patagonia Boulder (1630 Pearl St.)
Dr. Lydia Jennings (Wixárika & Yoeme) completed a 50 mile honor run last March in honor of 50 Indigenous scientists who inspired her academic journey. The race was turned into an 18-minute short film by fellow Indigenous runner Jordan Marie Daniel (Lakota). The film begins at 6:30 p.m., followed by a discussion with Lydia, filmmakers and members of the local Indigenous scientific community.
Indigenous UC Panel
November 5, 4 p.m. to 6 p.m., University Memorial Center 384-386
Join the Center for Native American and Indigenous Studies for a panel discussion featuring Native American alumni through the decades. This panel, moderated by Ian Her Many Horses, will discuss the experiences of Native American students and key moments in Native American history at CU Boulder for the Chancellor’s CU Boulder History Project.
How we call ourselves: in the Indigenous community
November 9, 5-6:30 p.m., Center for Community, Abrams Lounge
Words matter. And they change over time as we change as individuals and communities. Join the conversation about the terms we use in our communities, what we call ourselves, and how we don’t always agree in our own communities on those terms.
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