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.
Resource Trivia Night April 6 | 5 - 6 p.m. | Kahoot via Instagram A fun and interactive trivia night to educate students on the resources available to them for the rest of the semester. Presented by the Indigenous Culture Week committee.
American Indian Student Support Services' Scholar Circle Series April 8 | noon - 1:30 p.m. Recent ILP graduate Christina Andrews (’19) will present on tribal sovereignty. The event can be found on bit.ly/346gAVw. Presented by AISSS.
Alliance of Indigenous Peoples Forum April 8 | 6 - 8 p.m. Open discussion from the indigenous student population about resources and information at ASU. Students can connect and build community virtually.
“More than a Word” Movie Screening April 9 | Via asu.kanopy.com/video/more-word Join us as we watch a documentary exploring Native American-based mascots and their impact on real-life attitudes, issues and policiies.
Indigenize the Day April 10 | Via Social Media Hosted by Indigenous Culture Week Committee.
The Native American Heritage Month planning committee are 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.