Native American Heritage Month activities continue
The Indigenous Peoples Club is organizing a series of special events to celebrate the national Native American Heritage Month.
Photo: SFCC student Lee Standing Elk, Data Technician Marvin Gabaldon and Associate Dean Brooke Gondara stand next to the poignant exhibition of Red Dresses, representing just a fraction of the missing and/or murdered indigenous women. The exhibition continues through the month to bring awareness to this serious issue.
Upcoming Native American Heritage Month activities:
- Nov. 11 to 15 Rock your mocs week
- Nov. 11 11:30 a.m. Native American Dancers, Campus Center Two Pueblo dance groups will share their dances. One group is from Ohkay Owingeh and the other from Santa Clara/Hopi.
- Nov. 19
10 a.m. A.J. Goldman Presentation, Campus Center
- 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Short Films Screening, Room 216 Lecture Hall. Screening by IAIA – James Lujan, Department Chair of Cinematic Arts & Technology at the Institute of American Indian Arts.
- 3 to 7 p.m. Films, in the Planetarium. (The film events are co-sponsored by SFCC Indigeneous Peoples Club, Spirit of Writing Art & Justice Collective and the Institute of American Indian Arts.)
- 1:30 p.m. Red Dress/Red Sand Project – Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women , Courtyard
Red dresses on display beginning Nov. 4. Each represents a missing or murdered Indigenous woman.
See other photos of opening day activities.