3rd Annual Indigenous Symposium Tulane University March 20
The New Orleans Center for the Gulf South (NOCGS) is presenting the 3rd Annual Indigenous Symposium on March 20th at Tulane University. The theme this year is Being Native Today: Indigenous Identities in the Gulf South. Participants will examine the different and dynamic components of Native American identity as well as explore the variety of ways in which diverse Native peoples understand what it means to be Indigenous today. The full schedule for the symposium and other pertinent information can be found at the following link> https://indigenoussymposium.tulane.edu
This symposium is free and open to the public and students (of all ages) are warmly welcome. We believe that this event will be a significant opportunity for everyone attending to learn more about the different Indigenous communities in Southern Louisiana, their cultural heritages as well as the challenges they face along with related activities and partnerships with these communities.
If you live within driving distance of New Orleans we hope to see you there!
If you have any questions or comments please feel free to email email@example.com
Thanks and wishing everyone a wonderful week ahead!
Laura D. Kelley, Ph.D.
Co-Chair Indigenous Symposium