Arizona State University is located on the ancestral homeland of the O’odham and Piipaash people. As part of Turtle Island (North and South America), Indigenous Culture Week seeks to celebrate the Indigenous people of this land and promote the Indigneous voices around the world. The goal of Indigenous Culture Week is to bring our community together to educate, celebrate and share ideas, values, and traditions across all four campuses.
Indigenous Culture Week Committee
We are currently planning the 2021 Indigenous Culture Week celebrations at ASU. Interested in serving on the committee? Students, organizations, faculty, and staff are welcome to join us at any of our upcoming meetings. To learn more about how you can get involved, please contact Bibiana Rivera at Bibiana.Rivera@asu.edu.
The committee is now accepting events for the 2021 Indigenous Culture Week celebration at ASU! We invite student organizations, faculty, and staff to take part in this wonderful opportunity to honor and celebrate indigenous heritage as well as share knowledge. To submit an event for Indigenous Culture Week at ASU, you may use the following Event Form.
The Indigenous Culture Week planning committee is starting to plan for this year’s celebration. Students, organizations, faculty and staff are welcome to join us at our upcoming meetings. To learn more about how you can get involved, please contact Bibiana Rivera.