Ethnic Studies

Native American Heritage Month—November « Return to Ethnic Studies Resources

Contact: 510.430.2080, ethnic_study@mills.edu

Native American Heritage Month activities take place each November and are sponsored by the the Ethnic Studies Program in the Department of Race, Gender and Sexuality Studies Department and the ASMC.

In past years, we have held a range of events, workshops, and fundraisers such as a talk from a local activist about Indigenous People's Day and the Native history of the land that is now Oakland; drumming presentations from the Bay Area Indian Two Spirits drums; film screenings; discussions on Indigenous solutions to climate change; hands on demonstrations from a local Indigenous herbalist and many other activities.

Please watch this page in the coming weeks for information about this year's exciting programming!

For info, access, or dietary needs to participate fully in these events please contact ethnic@mills.edu or Student Access & Support Services.