Native American Heritage Month

Celebrate Native American Heritage Month from November 1 - November 30, 2021. Native American Heritage Month was formally established in November 1990 by President George. H. W. Bush. The month of November commemorates the resilience and legacy, traditions, and culture of Native American peoples across the United States. Learn more and see stories in celebration of Native American Heritage Month. This page also features events happening throughout the year that center Indigenous / Native American voices and experiences.

2021 Apr 21

Designing for Community w/ Miranda Belarde Lewis (Zuni, Tlingit) & Storme Webber (Sugpiaq, Choctaw, Black)

Date: 

Wednesday, April 21, 2021, 5:30pm

Location: 

Virtual

Harvard Indigenous Design Collective
 Storme Webber is a poet & interdisciplinary artist of mixed Afro-Indigenous (Choctaw, Sugpiaq) heritage, will discuss her practice & exhibition “Casino: A Palimpsest” w/ curator, Miranda Belarde-Lewis (Zuni, Tlingit) from the U of Washington.

REGISTER HERE

2021 Apr 27

Harvard University Native American Program (HUNAP) Events

Date: 

Tuesday, April 27, 2021 (All day) to Friday, April 30, 2021 (All day)

Location: 

Virtual

Caretaking Community and Self: A Conversation with Native Students

Caretaking Community and Self event flyer featuring panel of speakers.

Students and alumni are invited for this cross-campus community space between Stanford and Harvard. Two students from each school (one undergrad/one graduate) will share their personal experiences and also engage in a conversation on the state of Indigenous students in higher education. Eli Langley and Victor Lopez-Carmen will represent Harvard. Moderation by Adrienne Keene BA'07 (Stanford)/EdM'10 & EdD'14 (Harvard). 
 
Presented by Stanford NACC and HUNAP w/ co-sponsorship by Harvard Alumni for Oceania, Native American Alumni of Harvard University and the Stanford Indigenous Alumni Association

U P C O M I N G   E V E N T S  
April 27: Flop, Hop, Caw (Family Event $) LINK 
April 28: Reconfiguring Histories LINK 
April 29-June 10: Dumbarton Oaks, Land Back: Indigenous Landscapes of Resurgence & Freedom LINK 

 

2021 Apr 30

Caretaking Community and Self: A Conversation with Native Students

Date: 

Friday, April 30, 2021, 3:00pm

Location: 

Zoom

Caretaking Community and Self informational flyer featuring speaker information and photos.

We hope you can join us this Friday to hear from our students who will be talking about community and self caretaking.  This event will be the last joint virtual event this academic year in celebration of both the 50th Anniversary of HUNAP and the Stanford Native American Cultural Center (NACC).  

The panelists are looking forward to a conversation that helps to inform our respective campus communities about the strengths our Indigenous students bring to the university experience.  Due to the intended nature of this event, it will not be recorded. 

We hope you are able to join us. 

Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: https://stanford.zoom.us/j/96180574598?pwd=OE01ZDNKZGE2Q0NGc1JnOXYxWUtPdz09 

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