Native American Heritage Month

Finding Home: An Indigenous Perspective on Land, Language, and Identity (Chicago Public Library) – VIRTUAL

Join celebrated author, professor, and activist Dr. Anton Treuer for a unique perspective on Indigenous land, language, and identity as it relates to the broader experience of being and becoming American. What is the importance of connection to mother land, language, and culture? How does identity transform when we are […]

Community Conversation: Native American and Indigenous Peoples Heritage (Prince George’s County Memorial Library) – VIRTUAL

A weekly community conversation with civic and community leaders. This week’s guests are: Dr. Elizabeth Rule, Director of the AT&T Center for Indigenous Politics and Policy, Assistant Professor of Professional Studies, and Faculty in Residence at George Washington University. Rico Newman, member of the Elders Council of the Choptico Band […]

First Nations Film and Video Fest, Fall 2020 (Chicago Public Library) – VIRTUAL

  Chicago Public Library is proud to partner with the First Nations Film and Video Festival which has been bringing Native voices and filmmakers to Chicago since 1990. These films and documentaries celebrate Native American filmmakers whose work breaks racial stereotypes and promotes awareness of Native American Issues. Film screening dates and […]

2019 Richmond Great American Indian Exposition Pow Wow and Show

The 28th Annual Richmond Great American Indian Exposition Pow Wow and Show at Richmond International Raceway in Richmond, Virginia, featuring the best in American Indian Dancing, Singing, Drumming, Arts, Crafts, Foods and Entertainment (flute music, bow and arrow shooting & more). The Richmond Great American Indian Exposition Pow Wow and […]