CFA members are invited to participate in a variety of events recognizing Native American Heritage Month in November. The events are hosted by Native American faculty and departments to educate and highlights the work of Native American faculty and students on campuses and within their communities. The events share Native American culture – both traditional and modern.
Tonight from 6 to 7 p.m., organizers at CSU Monterey Bay are holding an event to honor the month with a presentation and conversation with writer, filmmaker, and activist Cinnamon Spear Kills First. She will share from her work and lead a discussion of this year’s Social Justice Colloquium theme, “Trauma & Healing.” Register here.
Sonoma State has been hosting events all month. Next up is a Zoom webinar on “Plants, Place, and Identity: The Role of Nature in Identity & Resilience” Tuesday. Find more information and see other Native American Heritage Month events at Sonoma State here.
CSU San Bernardino also has a slate of celebrations, including a Decolonizing Higher Education Panel on Tuesday. See the event flier here. CSU Long Beach organizers wrap up their field of events on November 20. Tune into a panel on Native American Cultures and COVID-19 by clicking here.