Indigenous Peoples Day activities: Monday, October 11, 2021 10:00 am to 8:00 pm locations and zoom links

Monday, October 11, 202110:00 am to 8:00 pm

website: https://www.indgns.org/fargo-moorhead-indigenous-peoples-day-2021.html

Here is a list of activities and zoom links:

Join us for a full day of in-person and virtual Indigenous Peoples Day activities. Schedule at a glance:

10:00-11:30am: Indigenous Peoples Day Opening Ceremony “Red River United”, Veterans Bridge

12:00-1:30pm: NDSU Indigenous Panel: “Indigenous Peoples Day: Lifting Native Voices and Elevating Indigenous Experiences”, Oceti Sakowin Ballroom, NDSU (livestream available) featuring: Tyrel Iron Eyes, Isnala Najin Roan Eagle, Carissa Brownotter, Jaclyn Davis Wallette, and Danny Luecke

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12:00-1:30pm: Virtual Lunch and Learn: “Indigenous Representation in Film: Reservation Dogs and Rutherford Falls” featuring: Anna Johnson, Artist, Joe Williams, Director of Native American Programs, Plains Art Museum, Paulette Moore, Director, “The Eagle and the Condor:, Caleb Abrams, Director and Consultant for “Dexter”, and Falcon Gott, Filmmaker

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12:00-1:30pm: Virtual Lunch and Learn: “The State of Indian Education: Leadership Perspectives from the Field” featuring: Julian Guerrero, Director, Office of Indian Education, Jane Harstad, Director; MN Office of American Indian Education , Delores Gabbard, Moorhead Public Schools Indian Education Program, Amy Zanotti, Moorhead Public Schools District Data Coach 

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1:30-2:30pm: Virtual Learning Session: “COVID-19 Vaccination Hesitancy and Vaccination Barriers in Indigenous Communities”, presented by the NDSU American Indian Public Health Resource Center

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1:30-2:30pm: Virtual Learning Session: “Food Security in Uncertain Times”, presented by Carissa Brownotter, Emergency Food Pantry

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1:30-2:30pm:

Virtual Learning Session: “Risk and Resilience: Understanding How Trafficking Impacts Indigenous People and Connecting Community and Culture”, presented by Anne LaFranier, Someplace Safe

 

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1:30-2:30pm:

Virtual Learning Session: “Native Youth: Strengths and Leadership”, presented by Youthworks

 

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3:00-4:30pm:

NDSU Featured Speaker Dakota Goodhouse: “Makhoche Waste, The Beautiful Country: An Indigenous Geography”, Anishinaabe Theater, NDSU

 

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5:00pm
Moorhead Indian Education Powwow Grand Entry, Moorhead High School

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