Native American Heritage Month

native American heritage MONTH 2022

 

 

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Sample collapsed text here.UNC Charlotte invites you to join us in honoring and celebrating the histories, cultures, and contributions of our Hispanic and Latinx communities through Native American Heritage Month Events.
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Need some tunes to get you through your day? Check out our #Issa49erVibe playlist on Spotify.
In the meantime, shout out to all of our students, faculty, and staff who contributed to assembling this playlist. Thank you for sharing your great taste for music with Niner Nation and our surrounding communities.

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November 4th Corn Necklace Workshop 
College of Health and Human Services Rm 124
6:00 pm

Sponsored by: Native American Student Association


November 6th Adopt-A-Spot Clean Up 
Meeting outside Science Building
5:00 pm

Sponsored by: Native American Student Association


November 8th Identity Consciousness Conversations 
Popp Martin Student Union Rm 263
3:30 pm - 5:00 pm

Sponsored by: Office of Identity, Equity, and Engagement

This Office of Identity, Equity, and Engagement series is for all undergraduate and graduate students at UNC Charlotte to engage in conversations and understand how identities are perpetuated individually, culturally, and systemically. The focus of November 8th will be Native American populations. 


November 8th An Evening with Dr. Brooke Bauer: Becoming Catawba
Popp Martin Student Union 340F
Doors open 6:00 pm Event: 6:30 pm- 7:30 pm

Dr. Brook Bauer's Bio: Brooke M. Bauer is a citizen of the Catawba Nation of South Carolina, and an Assistant Professor of U.S. History at the University of Tennessee Knoxville. Her research focuses on the history of southeastern Native Americans, American women's history, Early American history, and material culture. She is the author of Becoming Catawba: Catawba Women and Nation-building, 1540-1840 (U of Alabama P 2022). She has published an article on Catawba Indians in the Oxford Research Encyclopedia of American History (2019) and contributed chapters in The Early Imperial Republic: From the American Revolution to the U.S.-Mexican War (U of Penn, 2023), We Will Always Be Here: Southern Native Peoples on Living and Thriving in the 20th Century and Beyond (UP of Florida 2016) and The Ethics of Anthropology and Amerindian Research:  Reporting on Environmental Degradation and Warfare (Springer 2012). Her current work will be a co-authored book that focuses on southern tribal public history initiatives that have been aimed at hosting visitors and promoting tourism while simultaneously serving the internal needs of tribal communities to preserve, revitalize, and grow new generations of knowledge keepers.


November 9th  Movie Night with NASA 
College of Health and Human Services Rm 128
6:00 pm

Sponsored by: Native American Student Association


November 15th Beading Workshop 
(Location: TBD)
6:00 pm
Contact unccnasa49@gmail.com for updates.

Sponsored by: Native American Student Association


November 21st Guest Speaker- Dr. Ashley McMillian 
(Time and Location: TBD)
Contact unccnasa49@gmail.com for updates.

Sponsored by: Native American Student Association


November 29th Going Beyond the Land Acknowledgement Panel 
(Time and Location: TBD)
Contact unccnasa49@gmail.com for updates.

Sponsored by: Native American Student Association