Immerse yourself in indigenous culture through educational and social events at Missouri State University during Native and Indigenous Heritage Month.
The events will run Nov. 4-29 and will help our campus and the public gain a better understanding of native and indigenous history, traditions and customs.
“During Native and Indigenous Heritage Month, we’re honoring our first Nation’s people and taking pride in all our collaborative efforts to support truth, visibility and justice for Native individuals,” said Nina Barudzic, MSU director of multicultural programs.
List of events
All events are free and some are open to the public:
Native and Indigenous Heritage Month Powwow, 2 p.m., Greenwood Laboratory School Gymnasium
A two-day treat! Join the Multicultural Resource Center and the American Indian Center to learn more about Native American culture.
Speaker with Student Activites Council, 7 p.m., Plaster Student Union (PSU) Theater
Hear from a leader in the Native American community.
Plains Indian Hand Game, 7 p.m., PSU, Room 101
Join a traditional Native American game of drumming, singing, guessing and hiding.
Native American Workshop, 5 p.m., PSU, Room 101
Support the Southwest Missouri Indian Center and learn more about Indigenous Peoples’ culture. Open only to current students, faculty and staff.