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Native American Heritage Month

Presented by Native American Student Association (NASA)

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Here at Loyola, November is when we celebrate Native American Heritage Month. It’s important to recognize this cultural heritage because it has been often undermined by other celebrations. In this country, we celebrate the accidental “discovery” of the Americas, but often fail to address those indigenous people that inhabited this land prior to colonization. All throughout history, there have been laws passed that infringe upon the rights of Native Americans. It is essential to become more educated about the frequently overlooked history of Native Americans in this nation, and what can be done to catalyze liberation.

Native American Heritage Month 2022

Ticket stubs graphicNovember 9, 2022

The Territory - Film Night at the Senator, 7-8:45 p.m.

The Territory, a film about Indigenous defenders of the Amazon Rainforest will be shown at the Senator Theater on Wednesday, November 9th. Click here for more information and to register.